WHITEWATER, CA – Woman Injured in Semi Truck and Car Crash at Whitewater Canyon Road and Whitewater Cutoff

WHITEWATER, CA - Woman Injured in Semi Truck and Car Crash at Whitewater Canyon Road and Whitewater Cutoff

WHITEWATER, CA – Woman Injured in Semi Truck and Car Crash at Whitewater Canyon Road and Whitewater Cutoff

Semi Truck and Car Collide in Whitewater Leaving One Injured

 
WHITEWATER, CA (February 18, 2019) – A woman was injured following a traffic collision between a semi truck and a sedan Monday evening in Whitewater.
 
The collision happened around 6:45 p.m. at the intersection of Whitewater Canyon Road and Whitewater Cutoff.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the semi and a blue Ford Taurus collided, possibly head-on, for unknown reasons. The impact of the crash left a female occupant injured.
 
The woman was taken to a hospital by paramedics, but the extent of injuries sustained and her condition were not immediately available.
 
There were no descriptions of any vehicular damages but the Taurus sedan was towed away from the crash site.
 
It is unclear if speed, drugs and/or alcohol have played a role in the crash. The incident remains under investigation.
 
You car prevent truck accidents from happening by avoiding driving in a truck’s blind spots. Trucks have larger blind spots than passenger vehicles. These “no zones” are to either side of the truck, and directly behind and in front of it. Spend as little time as possible in these areas, and always try and make sure you can see the truck’s mirrors. Also, be sure that you have enough clearance when getting in front of a truck that you have just passed.


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