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White Sedan Flies Off Embankment after Collision on Southbound 805 Freeway

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SAN DIEGO, CA: White Sedan Sent Off Embankment after Crash on SB 805 Freeway at 8 Freeway Connector

SAN DIEGO, CA – A white sedan was sent over an embankment after a collision occurred on Saturday at around 11:10 p.m. last Saturday on the 805 freeway at the 8 freeway connector.

According to the CHP, the airbags in the white sedan had deployed after colliding with a pickup truck. The pickup truck then landed in some nearby bushes at the beginning of the transition road.

The manner in which the crash occurred has not yet been reported. An ambulance and emergency crew were called in to attend to any injured victims, but there has not yet been a report on their conditions. The case remains open to investigation.

“Those who are involved any form of traffic accident regardless of the degree, may suffer injuries that don’t present themselves immediately,” said , founder of Lexton Law Firm. “If you were in an accident it is important to get checked out, back and neck pain can be very serious and shouldn’t be ignored.”

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