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24 November 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

SAN BERNARDINO: Woman Injured in Fiery 2-Car Crash on 10 Freeway at County Line Road

SAN BERNARDINO, California (November 24, 2014) – A woman became trapped in a fiery wreck following a collision with another driver on the eastbound Interstate 10 Freeway, just west of County Line Road, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.

Paramedics responded to the 6:44 a.m. crash involving two drivers where one went off the road into a fence and a 2006 Nissan went down an embankment in a ditch. A woman inside the Nissan in the ditch became stuck in the car. The Nissan had landed on its side in the ditch and caught fire.

Paramedics responded and transported the woman to Loma Linda University Medical Center was she was listed with moderate injuries. Police are heading up an investigation into the crash to determine liability.

Caltrans was notified that there was roughly 40 feet of chain link fence that was damaged in the crash just west of Wildwood Cree and the access gate lock has been cut.

“Hopefully all those involved have a full recovery,” said Attorney James Johnson.

If you have legal questions after being injured in an accident, contact Johnson Attorneys Group for a free legal consultation at 800-235-6801.

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