Three People Hospitalized after Wrong-Way Crash on 10 Freeway in Ontario
Ontario, CA (October 20, 2022) – Wednesday night, four people including a child sustained injuries in a wrong-way crash on the 10 Freeway.
The crash in Ontario happened at around 11:45 p.m. on October 19.
Fontana Police said the incident happened when officers conducted a traffic stop on a driver near the 10 Freeway and Citrus Avenue in Fontana as part of a theft investigation.
The driver then sped away with three passengers in the vehicle while throwing items, including a bicycle.
Moreover, when the vehicle attempted to make a U-turn on the freeway and deliberately crash into officers, but instead collided with other drivers near Archibald Avenue.
As a result, EMS took two adults and a child to a hospital with minor injuries. A police officer was also treated for minor injuries.
Meanwhile, police arrested all four suspects.
Further investigation is ongoing.
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