Three-car collision on State Route 76, three injured and spill of corrosive chemicals [Bonsall, CA]

Three injured in multi-vehicle crash near North River Road

BONSALL, Calif. (August 17, 2022) – Sunday morning, a three-car collision on State Route 76 left three people injured and chemicals spilled on the road.

The incident happened around 9:30 a.m. near North River Road. According to reports, a Chevrolet Astro pickup truck hit the back of a Ford F-150, which then overturned the car in front of it.

Due to the impact of the collision, the Ford spilled a gallon of hydrochloric acid and a gallon of hydrochloric acid it was carrying. Three people were injured in the accident.

Emergency and hazmat crews arrived soon after to clean up the spill and prevent it from contaminating waterways.

Paramedics then transported one victim to a nearby hospital with minor injuries. Meanwhile, two other injured victims refused to receive medical treatment.

Driving can be dangerous and almost anything can happen if you are not prepared. Always check behind your vehicle before backing up. Do not rely solely on the mirrors and always back up slowly. By driving safely and legally, you can help avoid causing or increasing the risk of accidents like the three-car collision on State Route 76.


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