A girl was rushed to a local hospital along with a newborn baby and a toddler after a vehicle struck the female’s car after running a red light at Euclid Street and Ball road this Thursday, according to police authorities.
Sgt. Daron Wyatt, the Anaheim police and fire department spokesman, announced that a black Honda Accord flew through the intersection at about 11 Thursday morning, and collided with the woman’s white Toyota Solara and an additional silver Honda Accord.
According to Sgt. Wyatt, the woman that was driving the white Solara sustained minor injuries but was required to be brought to a hospital as a trauma patient due to collision mechanics. He assured the children were not injured. The person driving the silver Accord also suffered minor injuries but was not transported to a hospital, he explained.
The man driving the black Honda Accord lost consciousness along with his female passenger. The cause of the incident is still being investigated, however, police are not convinced drugs or alcohol played a role in the collision. All the injuries victims received are considered non-life-threatening.
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