Accident Causes Major Injuries on El Cajon Boulevard and Mississippi Street

February 10, 2017

According to a recent article from The San Diego Union-Tribune, a traffic collision involving a motorcycle and a Dodge Ram truck caused major injuries to a woman.  The vehicle accident occurred on Thursday around 4:15 p.m. when she collided with a pickup truck that had run a stop sign in University Heights.

The motorcycle rider was identified as a 26-year-old woman who was traveling eastbound on El Cajon Boulevard when she struck the side of a Dodge Ram that was traveling north on Mississippi Street, according to the report.

Per the article, the woman was transported to a local hospital after suffering serious injury to her leg.  The pickup driver, only known to be a 35-year-old man, was reportedly uninjured.

The San Diego police investigated the car accident to determine liability and as a conclusion, police stated that neither alcohol nor drugs was a factor in the car collision.

Failure to obey traffic laws can often result in a serious injury as a result of a car accident.  From our office, we sincerely hope that the injured party recovers fully.  Further details will be released at a later time when the investigation has concluded.

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