3 Injured in Monday Night Fallbrook Car Crash on Reche Road

Fallbrook Car Crash
3 Hospitalized After Two-Vehicle Accident in Fallbrook

Fallbrook, California (October 31, 2023) – Three people were hospitalized after being involved in a traffic collision Monday night in Fallbrook, the California Highway Patrol said.

The two-vehicle crash was reported around 8:33 p.m. near 3280 Reche Road.

A blue sedan and a white sedan were involved in the accident.

Firefighters and paramedics responded to the scene shortly after receiving reports of the incident.

The responders found three people with unspecified injuries. Two of the patients were taken to Rady Children’s Hospital, one by air ambulance and the other by ground ambulance. The third victim was taken to Paloma Medical Center by ground ambulance.

There was no information given about the ages and names of the victims.

Reche Road was blocked in both directions until 10:00 p.m. when the vehicles were removed from the roadway.

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Broken bones is a common type of serious injury sustained in auto accidents. When vehicles collide, the force of the impact can cause bones to break, either directly or indirectly. Direct impact fractures happen when the bone is hit by another object, such as the dashboard or steering wheel. Indirect impact fractures happen when the force of impact causes the bone to bend or twist, which can cause a break.

Some of the bones that are likely to break in a car accident are collarbone, ribs, hip, leg bones, arm bones, wrist bones, and hand bones.

Broken bones may take a long time to recover, and some may need surgery depending on the type of fracture, the amount of force involved, and the location of the break.

If you or someone you love was involved in a car accident and sustained broken bones, seek legal help from a Pacific Attorney Group injury lawyer.

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