MADERA, CALIFORNIA (March 27, 2016) – A 2-vehicle crash resulted in at least one person injured at Raymond Road and Road 28 Sunday afternoon, according to California Highway Patrol dispatch.
The accident happened at around 5:17 p.m.
Preliminary record stated that two vehicles were traveling on their respective lane ways when they suddenly slammed with each other under still unknown reasons.
The CHP log mentioned that the crash involved two sedans, a red sedan and a silver. But it was later negated, stating that a vehicle at the site was a tan sedan instead of a silver. The officer have not yet clarified on this.
The impact from the collision was significant, concluding to at least one party suffering in injuries of unknown severity, as told by a reporting party to the emergency hotline.
Paramedics immediately responded at the crash site to give medical aid to the victim. No further information was provided on the exact count of wounded individuals.
Investigators assigned to handle the case continue their thorough evidences gathering before pronouncing closure and citations on this injury incident.
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