2 People Were Killed and Several Others Were Injured in a Crash at Mission Beach

In San Diego According to Battalion Chief Johnny Flores, the San Diego Fire Department was called to the scene of a two-car collision on the 2900 block of Mission Boulevard on Saturday at about 3:15 p.m. When they arrived, authorities verified that there were a total of seven patients in the two vehicles involved in the accident.

A total of 19 first responders, according to Chief Flores, were on the scene, and advanced life support was given to the victims. Two victims were identified as dead on the spot. Five people were brought to nearby hospitals. According to Chief Flores, there were no pedestrians engaged in this event.

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Further inquiry revealed that a 62-year-old guy was operating a Ford EcoSport southbound in the northbound lanes of 2900 Mission Boulevard while a 41-year-old man was operating a Kia Sportage in the other direction. In the #2 lane going north, the Ford and Kia crashed head-on. Both Ford’s driver and Kia’s passenger, a 59-year-old woman, were declared dead at the site.

According to Officer Heims, two passengers in the Ford and three in the Kia were injured and taken to local hospitals. One Ford passenger experienced internal bleeding in the chest, and one Kia passenger suffered several injuries and is in critical condition. Alcohol was not a factor in the collision, according to the authorities. The incident is being looked into further by the San Diego Police Traffic Division.

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