2 People Escapes after Contra Costa County Traffic Accident on Byron Highway near Camino Diablo
CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA (May 27, 2021) – Wednesday morning, five people suffered injuries in a head-on crash on Byron Highway near Camino Diablo.
The incident happened at 4:40 a.m. when in the 15500 block of Byron Highway near Camino Diablo in the Town of Byron. The East Contra Costa Fire Protection District responded to the scene.
Moreover, Engine 59 confirmed that five people suffered injuries, including two patients in critical condition.
Also, responders requested a medical helicopter which landed by 5:15 a.m.
CHP has closed all the roads in both directions. Also, the authorities said that two people escaped with possible major injuries.
At this time, the circumstances that have led up to the crash remain unclear. Once additional details become available, the public will be informed.
The authorities continue to investigate the accident.
It is important to always drive within the posted speed limit. Also, slow down if you see traffic stalling ahead to avoid hitting other vehicles.
What’s Next after a Car Accident
Serious car accident cases may call for a separate investigation.
Furthermore, a lawyer will make sure victims are not cheated of the proper compensation they are owed.
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