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30 December 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

MONTEREY: At Least 1 Hurt in Head-on Collision on Highway 1

MONTEREY: At Least 1 Hurt in Head-on Collision on Highway 1MONTEREY, California — According to a California Highway Patrol dispatch, a head-on collision resulted in injuries on Highway 1 near Point Sur Naval Facility in the afternoon of December 30.

As per the report, the 5:28 p.m. crash took place on the southbound of the road between a van and a white sedan.

The cause of the accident remained under investigation but officials affirmed at least one person was hurt from the collision.

Due to coroners still working on notifying their next of kin, the names of the involved were not disclosed.


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