SANTA ANA, CA – 5 Hospitalized in Two-Vehicle Crash at Bristol Street and Hesperian Street

SANTA ANA, CA - 5 Hospitalized in Two-Vehicle Crash at Bristol Street and Hesperian Street

SANTA ANA, CA – 5 Hospitalized in Two-Vehicle Crash at Bristol Street and Hesperian Street

Afternoon 2-Vehicle Collision in Santa Ana Hurts 5 People

 
SANTA ANA, CA (March 23, 2019) – Five people were hospitalized following a two-vehicle collision Saturday afternoon in Santa Ana, CHP officials said.
 
The collision happened around 2:45 p.m. at the intersection of Bristol Street and Hesperian Street.
 
The Orange County firefighters responded to the scene and found three occupants trapped inside one of the vehicles.
 
A total of five people in the first vehicle were taken to local hospitals, two of them sustained serious injuries.
 
The single occupant of the second vehicle was not hospitalized.
 
Details are sparse on who was involved and what exactly transpired to cause the collision.
 
The California Highway Patrol is overseeing the investigation to determine the factors involved and liability.
 
It is very important to drive safely whenever you are operating a motor vehicle. Pay close attention to your surroundings and keep your eyes on the road. Follow the speed limit and if you are trailing a vehicle in front of you, keep a safe distance to give yourself time and space to brake if necessary. By driving safely, you can spare yourself and others from any pain and suffering.


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