Jojo Nielsen and Brian Snow Involved in 3-Car Crash on Highway 68 [Salinas, CA]

Jojo Nielsen and Brian Snow Involved in 3-Car Crash on Highway 68 [Salinas, CA]

Jojo Nielsen and Brian Snow Involved in 3-Car Crash on Highway 68 [Salinas, CA]

Jojo Nielsen and Brian Snow Involved in Multi-Car Crash That Injured 2 on Highway 68 Near Toro Park

 
SALINAS, CA (April 22, 2019) – Two people suffered minor injuries in Friday’s three-car accident on Highway 68 near Toro Park.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the 4 p.m. accident injured a woman and a girl. Paramedics arrived and transported the woman to Natividad Medical Center while crews airlifted the 6-year-old girl to San Jose Regional Hospital.
 
In a preliminary investigation, CHP officers determined that an eastbound Dodge Magnum attempted a left turn, into the path of a westbound Chevrolet Malibu. Both cars collided, sending the Malibu into a Chevrolet Silverado, driven by Brian Snow immediately after.
 
Subsequently, the Silverado veered up a hill and sheared a light pole.
 
Snow, who was returning from visiting his daughter, and his two dogs escaped major injury. However, he did complain of pain to his neck and back.
 
Jojo Nielsen – an occupant of the Dodge Magnum – doesn’t recall what happened, say reports.
 
At this time, authorities are investigating where the fault lies and the liabilities.
 
Car accidents can happen to anyone, even safe drivers. It’s important that we remain alert and conscious of the road. By paying attention to what’s happening around us, we can have a better chance of avoiding car accidents, let alone causing them.


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