Orange County, CA: Two-Vehicle Head-on Collision in Cypress
Orange County, California (March 23, 2018): The Cypress Police Department is overseeing an active investigation into a two-vehicle head-on collision in Cypress, CA, on Wednesday night, March 21, 2018. The victims have not yet been publicly identified and only limited details have been released to the public while investigators continue to gather information.
Officials believe the collision happened around 9:30 p.m. near the intersection of Knott Avenue and Grand Manan Drive. While no official cause for the collision has been determined and though no description of the accident has been provided, the vehicles involved are described as a silver four-door car and a black pickup truck. The total number of victims involved in the collision has not been revealed. At least one person was trapped inside the car, on the driver’s side, and required special assistance to be extricated. The victim was transported from the scene to UCI Medical Center. The driver of the pickup truck reportedly refused medical attention at the scene. No additional information has been made available at this time.
The Los Angeles Injury Group would like to extend our sympathies to the victims of this crash and offer our prayers for the full and complete recovery of those who were injured. Even where catastrophic injuries have, thankfully, been avoided, the burdens imposed in the aftermath of a motor vehicle collision can be substantial and overwhelming. It is important for accident victims to know that they may be entitled to relief under the civil liability laws of their state.
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