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27 July 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

SAN ANDREAS: Major Injury Crash at Highway 12 (St. Charles Street)

San Andreas car crash Highway 12 at St. Charles PlaceSAN ANDREAS (July 27, 2016)- According to the California Highway Patrol, a major injury crash took place Wednesday afternoon on Highway 12 at St. Charles Street.

The incident was first reported by CHP officials at roughly 1:07 p.m.

The vehicles involved included a gray Toyota 4Runner and a second undisclosed vehicle.

The report did not specify how many motorists were injured but did confirm that at least one motorist had been seriously injured following the collision.

At this time, the sequence of events leading up to the crash is under investigation.

At Johnson Attorneys Group, we understand the numerous medical, personal, and financial issues that a victim of an auto accident will face. Whether it be a car, motorcycle, pedestrian, bicycle, truck, construction site accident, we will help you recover the damages for your injuries. If you have been hurt in a traffic incident caused by another party, our experienced Calaveras County personal injury lawyers will assist you in your situation by providing the best legal support and representation to obtain the compensation you are entitled to. Contact us today at 800-235-6801 for a free case assessment.

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