Santa Clara County, CA: Two-Vehicle Crash on 280 Freeway in Cupertino
Santa Clara County, California (March 1, 2018): Authorities are conducting an active and ongoing investigation into a two-vehicle crash on 280 Freeway in Cupertino, CA, late yesterday afternoon, Wednesday, February 28, 2018. Only limited information about the collision has been made available while the investigation remains open.
Officials are still unclear on the details, but they believe the vehicles—a black Ford Mustang and a white Honda Accord—collided with one another just before 5:00 p.m. in the northbound lanes of 280 Freeway, slightly south of Stevens Creek Boulevard. The driver of the Mustang reportedly became trapped inside that vehicle while a passenger in the Honda Accord was reported to have been found unconscious. The total number of victims is unknown, but emergency response crews were swiftly dispatched to the location to provide assistance. No further details have been released at this time.
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