SUSANVILLE (September 14, 2016)- According to the California Highway Patrol, two women were injured in a 2-car crash Sunday afternoon, September 11, at the intersection of Highway 44 and Highway 36.
The incident transpired between the driver of a 2012 Toyota Camry and a 2016 Nissan Rogue.
Police officials concluded that the driver of the Camry, Samantha Britoncaudle, 39, was stopped at the intersection. Smoke from a fire off the side of the road in the forest caused her to accidentally allow her vehicle to enter the intersection.
At the same time, Myeisha Shepard, 19, had been heading westbound on Highway 36 in her Nissan before slamming into Britoncaudle’s vehicle.
Sherpard suffered moderate injuries and was hospitalized.
Britoncaudle was also injured and taken to a medical center.
No further information was discussed within the report log.
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