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22 December 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

SAN DIEGO: Girl, 12, Ejected in Rollover Crash on 805 Freeway

SAN DIEGO: Girl, 12, Ejected in Rollover Crash on 805 FreewaySAN DIEGO, California — According to an article by NBC San Diego, a 12-year-old girl sustained injuries after being ejected from a car involved in an accident on Interstate 805 freeway.

On December 21 at about 4:13 p.m., a gold SUV lost control on the freeway between Imperial Avenue and Market Street. The SUV then hit another car and rolled over.

As per the article, a girl was ejected from the SUV and sustained unspecified injuries. Further, the involved SUV also occupied other children whose condition were not provided at this time.

Further investigation is underway to determine charges and liabilities.

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