VANDENBERG VILLAGE, CALIFORNIA (January 11, 2017) – According to the California Highway Patrol, three people were hospitalized after a chain-reaction six-vehicle collision on Highway 1 near Vandenberg Air Force Base. (map)
Santa Barbara County Fire Captain Dave Zaniboni reported that 29-year-old Griselda Angeles was traveling northbound on CA-1 around 6:30 a.m. when she lost control of her car and caused multiple cars to collide.
The CHP states that 35-year-old Chad Childress was traveling northbound in his Toyota Camry when he was unable to avoid crashing into Angeles’ Dodge Magnum. 41-year-old Alma Hernandez then collided her GMC Yukon with the vehicles. The Yukon then drove into the path of a Toyota 4Runner, driven by 34-year-old Bryan Jones, and a Honda Civic, driven by 59-year-old Rodney Talbot. Talbot then rear-ended a Dodge Charger, driven by 34-year-old Jonathan Kees.
“I wish a swift and steady recovery for all motorists who were injured in this collision. Our prayers are with all subjects injured, their friends and families during such a difficult time,” said a California car accident attorney.
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