News: Single-vehicle crash in Ramona leaves man seriously injured

SAN DIEGO CO., CA – A man was flown to the hospital following a fiery single-vehicle collision in Ramona on Monday afternoon.

According to Fox 5 San Diego, the 35-year-old driver of a Toyota Avalon lost control of his vehicle for unknown reasons on SR-67 near Rockhouse Road at about 1:30 p.m. The vehicle crashed through the guardrail and careened down an embankment before catching fire.

The unidentified driver was extricated and airlifted to Palomar Medical Center with major injuries.

The cause of the crash is unclear at this time. Our team will update this blog as more information comes to light.

The actions you take in the moments following a traffic accident are critical when it comes to your personal injury case. If you are not injured, the first thing you should do is pull your vehicle safely to the side of the road. Begin to collect evidence and contact local authorities to write an official crash report and to assess any injuries. Next, exchange contact information with the other driver or drivers involved.  You should also gather as much evidence from the scene as you can, such as photos and videos. Finally, get in touch with the San Diego car accident lawyers at HHJ Trial Attorneys to find out if you could be eligible for financial compensation. We can be reached online or by phone at 1-888-50-LAWFIRM.

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