Michelle Quessenberry Hospitalized after Hit by Car While Helping Crash Victims
POMONA, CA (February 20, 2019)– A 34-year-old woman was hospitalized Thursday when a car struck her while helping several crash victims on the 10 Freeway near Kellogg Drive.
Michelle Quessenberry is a Navy veteran who works in an emergency room as a nurse. On Valentine’s Day around 12:45 a.m., she witnessed a car spin out and crash into the center divider on the 10 freeway. Because of what she saw, Quessenberry then decided to pull over and help the crash victims.
However, a second car collided into the crash victims’ vehicle, which pushed the car into Quessenberry. She was pulled from underneath the car since she was wedged between the street and the tire, according to reports.
Paramedics took Quessenberry to Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center. She suffered serious injuries, including a broken collarbone and arm as well as a pelvic fracture.
Her colleagues and fellow nurses have created a GoFundMe campaign to help cover any medical expenses.
Quessenberry was the only victim hospitalized that night. There were no other details about the crash at this time.
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