2 Hospitalized After Car Crash Near Voltaire Street Sunday
San Diego, CA (April 19, 2021) – Two people suffered injuries following a solo-car accident on Nimitz Boulevard near Voltaire Street.
On April 18, Monday, a 17-year-old girl with a provisional license was driving a 1999 Ford Explorer in the Point Loma Heights area.
Our sources indicated the crash happened when the front-seat passenger, an 18-year-old man, grabbed the wheel of the vehicle for an unknown reason.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reported the move startled the driver and she turned the steering wheel hard to the right. For this reason, the SUV veered into the right lane and collide with a bridge abutment under Voltaire Street.
Per news article, the force from the impact caused the Ford rollover and land on its roof. First responders found the driver and the front seat passenger ejected from the wreckage.
Major Car Accident in Point Loma Heights, April 18
An ambulance transported the two parties to a hospital for treatment of broken bones. Pending confirmation, the names of the patients remained undisclosed.
Meanwhile, officials mentioned two other passengers from the Ford fled the scene.
Additional details on the crash have not been revealed thus far. Detectives assigned to handle the case continue to investigate several factors surrounding the car accident on Nimitz Boulevard.
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