SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Three people were injured in a chain reaction crash Saturday in the Oak Park neighborhood.
Shortly after 10 a.m., a 74-year-old woman driving a blue Toyota Camry east on Marilou Road was involved in crash that sent her car into oncoming traffic in the 1600 block of Euclid Avenue near Federal Boulevard, San Diego police Officer Frank Cali said.
The Camry crashed into a northbound black Toyota Corolla head-on, Cali said.
The Camry's driver sustained a concussion and internal injuries and was taken to a hospital to be treated, police said.
The driver of the Corolla sustained minor injuries and his passenger, a 22-year-old woman, broke her leg, police said. They were also hospitalized. Cali said alcohol was not a factor in the crashes.?
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