“Two Car Accident”
LIVINGSTON, CALIFORNIA (March 17, 2017) – Two vehicles were involved in a rear-end collision Friday afternoon on Golden State Highway 99 near Hammatt Avenue, according to the California Highway Patrol. (map)
The accident occurred at approximately 5:00 p.m. The driver of a Honda Civic slowed down on northbound lanes of Highway 99 in an attempt to exit on Hammatt Avenue. The driver of a Ford Fusion may have fallen asleep and rear-ending the Honda Civic, according to Officer Luis Alvarez.
The impact of the collision sent the Honda Civic into the center guardrail from the right lane of the highway. Fortunately, the three occupants of the Honda Civic sustained only minor injuries. Two of the passengers were not properly restrained in the vehicle. A woman passenger in the Honda Civic was thrown from the vehicle. The child in the Honda was thrown from the rear seat into the front. The driver of the Ford Fusion did not sustain any injuries. An investigation is ongoing.
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