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15 March 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

RIVERSIDE: Hit-and-Run Collision Involving 5-Vehicles on Highway 60

RIVERSIDE, California (Tuesday, March 15, 2016) – A five-vehicle traffic collision occurred on eastbound State Route Highway 60, west of Valley Way. A silver Chevrolet pickup truck and a red Chevrolet Camaro collided, involving three additional vehicles. A black Nissan Altima blocked the HOV lane. One of the occupants of the Camaro was injured and could not move. The driver however, a male, fled the scene in a white Nissan Maxima, turning the situation into a hit-and-run.

The California Department of Forestry responded first to the scene and helped the injured until an ambulance arrived to take them to an area hospital. A flatbed wrecker took two of the disabled vehicles.

The incident took place last night at about 8:45 p.m., according to an incident report by the California Highway Patrol, San Bernardino. The Los Angeles Police Department, Harbor Division, is still investigating the accident. They are going over the red Camaro for fingerprints.

If you have been injured in a traffic collision and would like to speak to a personal injury attorney, please call Johnson Attorneys Group for a free consult and learn your legal rights: 800-235-6801.

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