News: Ambulance called to 2-vehicle crash at CA-163NB and Washington

SAN DIEGO, CA – Emergency crews responded to the scene of a collision involving two vehicles near Scripps Mercy Hospital on Friday morning, reports the California Highway Patrol.

The incident happened at 7:47 a.m. on the northbound side of CA-163 just after Washington Street, which is just northwest of the Vernon Street Bridge.

Police have not yet shared the cause of the accident. They say it involved a silver Dodge Durango and a blue Toyota sedan.

An ambulance was dispatched to the scene, and injuries are likely.

Our team will circle back with updates to the blog if and when we learn more about injuries or the circumstances of the collision.

If you’ve been hurt in a San Diego County car accident, it’s important that you protect your best interests by taking some important steps before you leave the crash scene. First, after ensuring you are safe from further harm, exchange insurance information with any other drivers involved in the wreck. Next, call the police to report the crash and to ask that they send an officer to the scene to collect evidence and provide you with an official accident report. You decide to take your own photographs at the scene, as well, for documentation purposes. Finally, visit our Personal Injury Resource Center and contact the San Diego area car accident lawyers from HHJ Trial Attorneys for a free case evaluation. You can reach us online or by phone at 1-619-INJURED.

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