Driver Flees Scene after Collision on Highway 210 [Glendora, CA]

Driver Flees Scene after Collision on Highway 210 [Glendora, CA]

Driver Flees Scene after Collision on Highway 210 [Glendora, CA]

Unidentified Driver Causes Single-Vehicle Accident in Glendora

 
GLENDORA, CA (February 4, 2019) – Early Monday morning, one driver caused a single-vehicle collision on Highway 210. The identity of the driver is currently unknown.
 
Medics and state troopers responded to multiple 911 calls about a serious accident near the Grand Avenue exit. According to reports, a large white van drove into the center divider on the westbound side of the highway, just before 3:00 a.m. The vehicle landed on its side, resulting in the obstruction of multiple lanes.
 
By the time first responders arrived on scene, the driver had abandoned the van on the roadway.
 
Fuel from the vehicle spilled across the highway, prompting California State Officials to issue a SigAlert for the closure of all westbound lanes beginning at 3:15 a.m. Authorities say there was possibly up to 250 gallons of fuel leaking at the scene.
 
No further details have been released regarding the circumstances leading up to the incident at this time.
 
If you find yourself involved in a car collision, it is important that you always remain on scene. Leaving the scene of an accident is a felony and you can face severe consequences if caught. Try and remain calm, check on those involved and contact 911 if needed.


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