Highway 160 Head-On Crash Rio Vista
I’m Ed Smith, a Rio Vista personal injury lawyer. A head-on crash took place along Highway 160 in Rio Vista during the evening hours of Sunday, April 16, 2017. The collision caused more than half a dozen people to suffer injuries as a result.
A head-on crash occurred along Highway 160 in the vicinity of Highway 12 near Grand Island at approximately 9:00 pm. Authorities reported that at least two vehicles were involved in the collision which caused seven victims to suffer injuries. Details about the vehicles involved in the accident were not immediately available nor the extent of injuries of the victims.
Firefighters from the Solano County Fire Department responded to scene of the crash shortly after 9:00 pm. Within minutes, firefighters requested two ambulances and one air ambulance to assist the injured victims in the crash.
Highway 160 is a two-lane highway that stretches from Sacramento County to Contra Costa County. The highway is commonly used among commuters as an alternate route for traveling to the East Bay from Sacramento. However, the highway may not be safe to all motorists due to frequent potholes forming along the roadway and lack of a center divider and guardrails. It is best for all drivers to exercise additional caution while traveling along two-lane roadways in order to be able to react quickly and avoid vehicular accidents.
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