[02-28-2023] Calaveras County, CA – Multi-Vehicle Collision Outside San Andreas Led to Minor Injuries

[02-28-2023] Multi-Vehicle Collision Outside San Andreas Led to Minor InjuriesAuthorities reported a multi-vehicle collision that resulted in minor injuries in Calaveras County on Tuesday, February 28, 2023.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the three-vehicle pileup occurred along Highway 12 near Central Hill Road, just outside the census-designated place of San Andreas.

The collision happened among three unidentified vehicles. The number of people involved is unclear at this point, but minor injuries were reported. No updates on the victims’ current states were immediately available.

The circumstances leading to the crash remain under investigation by the authorities, including whether speeding or intoxication played a role.

CHP officials urged motorists to be extra careful as the winter weather meant hazardous driving conditions that could lead to crashes due to reckless drivers.

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Multi-Vehicle Accident Statistics

The majority of accidental fatalities and serious injuries in the United States occur as a result of car accidents. Worldwide, more than ten million people are hurt and more than two million people are killed every year as a result of traffic accidents.

The National Safety Council reported that in 2020, the number of traffic fatalities due to avoidable circumstances had increased by 8.3% after three-consecutive years of a downward trend. It is estimated that 39,107 persons lost their lives in automobile accidents in 2019 in the United States. By the year 2020, the figure had climbed to 42,338.

In the year 2020, 3,847 people lost their lives in car crashes in the state of California. Of the total number of fatalities, 1,587 (41%) were caused by wrecks involving two or more vehicles, while 2,260 (59%) were the result of single-vehicle accidents.

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