1 Dead, 1 Seriously Injured in Head-On Crash on South Mission Road near Highway 76
BONSALL, CA (January 18, 2020) – One person died in a head-on crash on South Mission Road, Saturday evening.
According to the California Highway Patrol, the incident happened at about 9:21 PM. Due to unknown circumstances, a white sedan and a gray SUV collided head-on near Highway 76.
Emergency responders pronounced one person dead at the scene. Authorities withheld the identity of the victim, pending notification of next of kin. Meanwhile, another victim suffered serious injuries and was transported to a local hospital.
CHP officers continue to investigate the cause of the fatal crash. Authorities will release additional information once it becomes available.
Sweet James extend our sincerest sympathies to the family and friends of the deceased victim. Our thoughts are with them during this trying time.
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