San Diego County, CA: Hit-and-Run Two-Vehicle Crash in Fallbrook
San Diego County, California (March 18, 2018): Authorities are conducting an active investigation into a hit-and-run two-vehicle crash at a Fallbrook intersection early Wednesday evening, March 14, 2018. Only limited information has been made publicly available while the investigation remains ongoing.
Officials believe the collision happened around 6:30 p.m. when a green vehicle that was speeding crossed a double yellow line, ran a stop sign and collided with a white BMW at the intersection of McDonald Road and East Fallbrook Street in Fallbrook, CA. Emergency response crews were dispatched to the scene and at least one person was injured in the collision. The total number of persons involved in the collision and the severity of the injuries sustained has not been released. It is unknown whether the hit-and-run driver remains at large. No further details have been provided at this time.
The Los Angeles Injury Group would like to offer our sympathies and prayers for the full recovery of anyone injured as a result of this crash. Even under the best of circumstances, the aftermath of a motor vehicle collision can be physically exhausting, emotionally trying, and financially taxing. It is important for motorists to know their rights and responsibilities under the law and we encourage all accident victims to take advantage of any avenues for relief that may be available in their state.
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