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23 May 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

SAN BERNARDINO: 2-Car Accident, Woman Injured on Highland Avenue at Highway 259

SAN BERNARDINO, California (May 23, 2014) –A driver struck several traffic signs and then collided with another car on westbound Highland Avenue at Highway 259, according to a CHP report.

About 4:24 a.m., CHP officers responded to the collision between the drivers of a white Honda Civic sedan and a silver Mitsubishi Gallant that was blocking the on ramp to the freeway. One of the involved people may have left the traffic collision and fled the scene towards 21st Street.

A woman who was in the grey Mitsubishi was injured and remained at the scene.

Paramedics responded to the crash to assist those injured in the crash, however, they listed the injuries as minor.

“Police will investigate this crash to determine who is liable,” said Attorney James Johnson. “Those who suffer injuries in a crash caused by a negligent driver may have a claim for compensation.”

If you have legal questions after a car accident, contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801 for a free, no-obligation consultation with an Orange County personal injury attorney.

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