December 24, 2012
Moreno Valley — Monday was an unlucky day for three individuals who were injured this morning which even involved an officer of the Highway Patrol of California. Two traffic wreck took place on highway 60 westbound.
Just a little after 7:30 o’clock in the morning, the firefighters from Riverside County answered a call of a traffic crash at the off-ramp at Perris Blvd.
As the authorities had their hands full looking after the victim of the first collision, another car operated by Shin Yuna, age 20 years hit the emergency vehicle.
For unknown reason, Yuna lost control of her Toyota 2009 sedan and crashed into the ambulance.
The impact caused the ambulance to hit an officer and one bystander who was watching the rescue team, Officer Steve Carapia said.
The lady operator, Yuna, resident of Buena Park, as well as the bystander, sustained critical injuries while the officer of CHP suffered from minor injuries.
All of the three victims were delivered by the ambulance to a local hospital. Their conditions were not given to the press.
Due to the accident, the West bound lanes of the Freeway 60 were closed down for several hours while investigation was ongoing.
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