Injuries Sustained in San Jose Auto Accident on Highway 14 and Soledad Canyon Road
SAN JOSE, CA (November 29, 2020) – On Saturday, a multi-vehicle crash on Highway 14 and Soledad Canyon Road led to injuries.
Supervisor Bernard Peters of the Los Angeles County Fire Department said that the incident occurred at about 12:55 p.m. It happened on the northbound side of the highway, just north of Soledad Canyon Road.
Moreover, reports revealed that the crash involved two SUV’s and another unidentified vehicle.
Two AMR ambulances responded to the scene despite the cancellation of the call to the paramedic squad. The paramedics were canceled due to the minor injuries sustained in the crash.
At around 1:37 p.m., towing trucks are still working hard to clear the scene from the involved vehicles.
Northbound traffic was slowed while the scene was being cleared.
Road accidents can happen anytime, anywhere, and to anyone. One small driving mistake can lead to disastrous results. That is why it is important to drive defensively and to always abide by all driving laws. This way, you can ensure your safety and the safety of surrounding vehicles, motorists, and pedestrians.
Moreover, put all distractions away and be careful around other travelers. Additionally, by being a defensive driver, you can minimize the risks of car accidents.
California Multi-Vehicle Accidents
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