SAN MATEO, CA – Major Injuries Sustained in Two-Car Crash on Highway 92

SAN MATEO, CA - Major Injuries Sustained in Two-Car Crash on Highway 92
SAN MATEO, CA – Major Injuries Sustained in Two-Car Crash on Highway 92

Evening 2-Car Wreck on Highway 92 in San Mateo Sends Two People to Hospital

 
SAN MATEO, CA (December 19, 2018) – Major injuries were sustained following a two-car crash Wednesday evening in San Mateo.
 
The crash happened around 7:43 p.m. on the eastbound direction of Highway 92.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, a black Mercedes-Benz and a silver Honda Civic collided, one of them had possibly overturned and caught fire. Debris from crash was scattered all over the highway.
 
Fire crews responded to the scene and found two patients with major injuries. The victims were transported to Stanford University Medical Center in unknown conditions.
 
The highway was blocked in both directions during the rescue and clearing operations.
 
The specific cause of the crash and who may be at fault remain under investigation.
 
The injuries can be treated, but the trauma from a car accident can be permanent. It is important that you put your safety first by making sure that your car is always in a good condition before driving. Give your full attention to the road and to the movement of other motorists to avoid getting into a collision.


If you have been injured in a car accident, we recommend you seek legal guidance and file a claim against those at fault. Please call The Sweet Law Group at (800) 203-3061 to have your case reviewed by a legal expert. For over 44 years, we have helped a massive number of injured victims receive impressive compensation from those responsible for the injury. Our experienced personal injury attorneys are dedicated to acquiring justice for both you and your family. Contact us and secure your future today.
 

 

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