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One Person Left With Serious Trauma During Highway 70 Crash

On Thursday, August 27, 2020, one person was left with serious injuries following a Highway 70 crash in Oroville. California Highway Patrol (CHP) responded to the accident and reported that it occurred in the morning and involved only a single car. The injured man was hospitalized following the accident and updates on his condition have not been made available. An investigation into what caused this crash is ongoing.

Oroville Man Severely Injured in Glenn County Car Accident

One man was left with serious trauma after a Glenn County car accident that took place during the night of Monday, August 17, 2020. The injured man has since been identified as a 63-year-old Oroville resident, and updates on his medical condition have not been reported. Officers from the California Highway Patrol (CHP) indicated that this incident involved a single passenger vehicle and only injured one person. The cause of the crash is still under CHP investigation.

Two Hurt in Fiery Auto Accident Near Oroville

On Wednesday, July 15, 2020, an auto accident near Oroville left two people with injuries, according to California Highway Patrol (CHP) reports. Additionally, officers indicated that the accident caused a fire. The collision happened in the afternoon and involved three vehicles. A CHP investigation into the cause of the crash is underway.

What Are Oroville’s Most Dangerous Intersections?

With a population of just under 20,000, Oroville is one of the larger communities in Butte County and has plenty of both commuter and local traffic on its roads. This, unfortunately, means that the city also sees a number of vehicle accidents every year. While it isn’t possible to tell exactly when or where a vehicle accident will take place, there are a few factors that make particular locations more dangerous than others. In order to increase your safety while driving on local roadways, you may want to read the following blog about Oroville’s most dangerous intersections.

Two Injured in Oroville Auto Accident

Two people were left with significant injuries after an Oroville auto accident that took place on Monday, March 9, 2020. Information from California Highway Patrol (CHP) indicated that the accident happened during the day and did not involve any life-threatening injuries. Additionally, the accident involved two vehicles, including a sedan and a large van. The incident is being investigated by CHP.

Oroville Pedestrian Auto Accident

One person was seriously hurt during an Oroville pedestrian auto accident on Friday, February 7, 2020. The accident involved one vehicle and a pedestrian and took place in the late morning, according to reports from officers of the Oroville Police Department (OPD). While updates on the injured person’s condition have not been reported, medical officials indicated that their injuries weren’t life-threatening.

Five Vehicles Involved in Oroville Area Crash

Police reported that five vehicles were involved in an Oroville area car crash that took place on Friday, January 31, 2020. California Highway Patrol (CHP) released a report indicating that multiple people were transported to a hospital following the crash. According to medical officials, all of the injured parties were expected to fully recover.

One Injured in Oroville Pedestrian Collision

A pedestrian collision in Oroville reportedly left one person with major injuries on Friday, October 18, 2019. According to reports from local officials, the accident happened in the afternoon and involved multiple vehicles. So far, the injured party has not been identified, and updates on his or her condition remain unavailable. California Highway Patrol (CHP) is reportedly investigating possible causes of this crash.

Ten Survive Fiery Oroville Plane Crash

Ten people were reportedly involved in a fiery Oroville plane crash on Wednesday, August 21, 2019. According to officials, all ten people who were aboard the small airplane survived the crash without suffering any injuries despite the aircraft bursting into flames after failing to properly take off. Reports indicated that the Federal Aviation Administration, as well as the National Transportation Safety Board, would be investigating the accident in order to determine its probable causes.

Two Hospitalized after USPS Collision 

Reports from Cal Fire indicate that two people were sent to the hospital following a car accident in Gridley on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. According to police, the crash involved two vehicles, including a USPS mail truck. At least one of the injured individuals suffered severe trauma. Updates on the injured parties’ conditions have not yet been made available. Local authorities are actively investigating possible causal factors of the accident.

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