News: First responders called to 2-vehicle crash on I-15SB at CA 163

SAN DIEGO, CA – Medics were called to the scene of a two-vehicle crash early Tuesday evening along the interstate in San Diego, reports the California Highway Patrol.

The incident happened around 5:25 p.m. in the area of I-15 South and CA-163, which is just west of the Miramar Fire Department Station 62.

The circumstances of the crash are still unclear, but officials say it involved a silver Chevy Malibu and black or gray Mazda SUV.

Our writers will circle back with updates if we learn more about injuries or how the accident occurred.

If you’ve been hurt in a San Diego car accident, don’t skip these initial steps at the scene of the crash, especially if you hope to recover compensation for your injuries. To start, do your best to move to the side of the roadway to ensure your safety and that of your passengers. Next, trade insurance details with the other driver, and take pictures of the crash scene. Call the police and request that they send crews to the scene to collect evidence and provide you with an official accident report. Finally, call the San Diego car accident lawyers from HHJ Trial Attorneys at 1-619-INJURED or reach us on our website to request a free case evaluation.

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