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Boy Hospitalized after Collision on Woodlawn Avenue [Chula Vista, CA]

Boy Hospitalized after Collision on Woodlawn Avenue [Chula Vista, CA]

Boy Hospitalized after Collision on Woodlawn Avenue [Chula Vista, CA]

1 Injured in Chula Vista Car Accident

 
CHULA VISTA, CA (July 4, 2019) – A boy sustained injuries after a collision on Woodlawn Avenue on July 2.
 
According to reports, an SUV crashed into the boy’s bedroom about 8:14 a.m. in the 500 block of Woodlawn Avenue.
 
Upon the officers’ arrival, they located the SUV that had crashed into the building just below a bedroom window, hitting a bed inside.
 
Police revealed that two children occupied the bed at the time of the collision. Responders took a 10-year-old boy to a hospital with injuries.
 
The SUV damaged the building moderately. The crash left a shattered window and a clear impact directly beneath the broken glass.
 
Authorities are investigating the collision.
 
Habits like distracted driving, speeding and DUI can lead to road accidents. Such habits are causes of disastrous incidents involving major injuries, damage and deaths. That is why it is important to drive defensively/abide by all driving laws to ensure your safety and the safety of surrounding vehicles, motorists, and pedestrians.


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