Victorville, CA – Four Injured in Head-On Crash at Mesa View Dr & Nyack Dr

Victorville, CA (November 14, 2022) – On Saturday morning, November 12, a serious head-on accident was reported in Victorville that seriously injured four people.

According to officials, the accident occurred around 3:40 a.m. near the intersection of Mesa View Drive and Nyack Drive. According to Victorville police, two vehicles were traveling in opposite directions and for unknown reasons one of the vehicles veered into the same path as the other, resulting in the vehicles colliding. The impact of the crash severely damaged both of the involved vehicles.

Emergency personnel was called to the scene. Firefighters and paramedics quickly responded to the accident and worked to tend to the injured. There were three people trapped in their vehicle, whom firefighters were able to extract from the wreckage. Four people were ultimately injured in the accident. One person was airlifted by helicopter to Loma Linda University Medical Center for treatment of critical injuries. The three other individuals were transported by ground ambulance to the hospital for further medical care for unspecified injuries.

The accident caused police to close the area of Mesa View Drive and Nyack Drive for many hours as crews tended to the victims, conducted their investigation, and cleared the accident. The police are still investigating the cause of the accident.

Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident. We hope for the full recovery of all involved.

Head-On Car Accidents in California

California is the most populated state in the nation. There are over 27 million registered vehicles in the state and it is one of the most congested and dangerous places to drive. Every day the main metropolitan areas, such as the Los Angeles region are flooded with traffic, causing long commutes, traffic jams, and accidents. Many of these accidents result in serious injury or death.

Head-on collisions are a common type of accident that occurs and often happens when a driver crosses over the center dividing line or when someone drives in the wrong direction on the road. Head-on collisions can be the most dangerous kind of crash, resulting in the most serious outcomes. When they occur on highways, due to the high speeds that vehicles travel at, the results are often catastrophic injuries or fatalities. As with other kinds of accidents, head-on collisions are most often caused by reckless driving. Reckless driving is the number one cause of accidents in California and includes texting while driving, speeding, or impaired driving.

Each driver on the road must drive cautiously and responsibly to minimize the chances of causing harm to another. Legally this is called a duty of care that the law imposes on each driver. When an accident happens, this legal duty of care has likely been breached and the at-fault party can be held liable for damages they’ve caused.

If you were in a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence you should speak to an experienced car accident lawyer right away who can help you get the compensation you deserve for your suffering. Please do not hesitate to contact a Victorville car accident attorney by calling (888) 539-3154 to see how we can help you.

Note: This post was created through the use of secondary sources such as state and local news sources, police accident reports, social media platforms, and eyewitness accounts about serious injury accidents that take place in Orange County. The facts surrounding this accident have not been independently verified, therefore, if any information is incorrect, please contact Russell & Lazarus APC, Personal Injury Lawyer so we can update the post with the most accurate information available. We will remove this post upon request. 

Disclaimer: This is not a solicitation for business. None of the information in this post is intended to be medical or legal advice. The photo used in this post was not taken at the actual accident scene.

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