1 Injured in San Jose Car Accident on 280 Freeway near Highway 87
San Jose, California (December 4, 2019) – At least one person was injured in a multi-vehicle collision that occurred in San Jose on Wednesday morning.
According to a local news source, the accident happened at about 5:35 a.m. on Interstate 280 Freeway near Highway 87.
The California Highway Patrol said nine vehicles were involved in the accident. However, the events leading to the collision were not immediately established.
One vehicle crashed into a guardrail after the collision.
The firefighters who responded to the incident had to extricate one person who was trapped in the car. The severity of the injuries sustained by the victim was not immediately disclosed.
No further information was provided.
An investigation to determine the cause of the accident is ongoing.
Every year, several traffic accidents are reported in California. Unfortunately, these accidents result in many fatalities and even more injuries. The causes of many of these traffic accidents include distracted driving, speeding, drunk driving, reckless driving, bad weather, wrong-way driving and failure to observe traffic laws. It is evident that negligence on the part of motorists is the leading cause of these accidents.
From the report above, the circumstances surrounding the traffic collision remain unclear. However, the authorities will gather information including witness statements to determine the cause of the accident.
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