Scott Eddinger, Jose Moreno Hospitalized after Kenwood Car Accident
KENWOOD, CA (March 27, 2019) – Two drivers sustained injuries after a head-on car collision on Highway 12 on March 26 in Kenwood.
A pickup driver from Santa Rosa drove into an oncoming lane. The driver then crashed head-on with an SUV. As a result, the two drivers sustained injuries. The incident happened at 5:00 a.m. just east of Hoff Road.
Due to the crash, a traffic jam occurred on the two-lane, east‑county highway. Fortunately, at around 7:00 p.m., crews finally cleared the vehicles and debris.
CHP Officer David deRutte said that officers currently conducts the investigation. They want to identify the factors that caused 28-year-old Jose Antonio Farias Moreno to cross the double-yellow lines. Moreno’s Chevrolet Silverado crashed with 57-year-old Scott Eddinger‘s westbound Chevrolet Traverse.
The medical responders transported the two drivers to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital. Furthermore, the CHP crash report revealed that they both sustained moderate injuries.
Two ambulances along with Kenwood, Sonoma Valley, and Santa Rosa firefighters all responded to the collision.
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