Orange Canyon Fire Injures Ten People After Two Car Rollover Collision

September 5, 2011 – According to reports at least ten people were injured in a canyon crash in Orange Monday.
According to Orange Fire Battalion Chief Chris Boyd, ten people were injured, including at least four children in a two vehicle accident at the intersection of Jamboree and Santiago Roads. One of the two vehicles was a van that was carrying five people including children in car seats. The impact of the collision caused the mini-van to rollover.

The accident occurred at approximately 1:45 p.m. causing a SigAlert to be issued. According to the Orange County Police Department says the intersection was still partially closed after 4:00 p.m. According to Chief Boyd, Orange County Fire Authority firefighters and paramedics treated at least nine people at the scene of the crash, with one being transported by air flight to UCI Medical Center and another person critically injured was transported to Western Medical Center in Santa Ana. Paramedics treated other people injured and a total of seven ambulances were sent to the scene, which truly is a Los Angeles personal injury lawyers dream come true.

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