One person sustained minor injuries after a head-on collision on Highway 236 on Sunday afternoon at around 2:41 p.m.

Boulder Creek Car Crash
Head-On Collision on Highway 236 in Boulder Creek

Santa Cruz County, Calif. – One person was taken to a hospital after a head-on crash on Highway 236 Sunday afternoon in Boulder Creek.

According to the CHP, the incident happened at around 2:41 p.m. on Upper State Route 236 at Highway 9.

For unknown reasons, two vehicles collided head-on in the area.

Both cars sustained significant major front-end damage.

One person was transported to a hospital with minor injuries for treatment.

More details regarding the mishap were not provided.

An investigation is underway.

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Head-on collisions are common types of car accidents in California that happen when two vehicles heading in opposite directions collide with their front ends. Common causes of head-on collisions include impaired driving, wrong-way driving, distracted driving, speeding, poor road conditions, fatigued driving, among others. 

Determining fault in a head-on collision involves a careful examination of the facts and circumstances of the accident. Investigators gather evidence from the accident scene, eyewitnesses, and other relevant sources and use it to determine where liability falls. The liable party or parties may be held responsible for the damages resulting from the head-on collision. This can include compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, property damage, and other losses associated with the accident.

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