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'T-Bone Type' Collision on SR 67 at Mt. Woodson Road; No Injuries Reported

Ramona Fire Department said no one was transported to the hospital after a vehicle made an illegal U-turn.

No one was injured in a two-car accident Wednesday night on state Route 67 at Mount Woodson Road, according to Ramona Fire Station 82.

Cal Fire Capt. Shawn Warcup told Patch that a vehicle made an illegal U-turn on 67, causing a "T-bone type" collision.

CHP originally reported the accident as head-on, but dispatch told Patch it wasn't classified as such.

"The victims were evaluated by medics," Warcup said. "No one was transported to the hospital."

CHP reported the accident as occuring at 5:45 p.m. As of 6:30 p.m., a unit was still on scene but the roadway was cleared.

Warcup said that there was moderate vehicle damage done to one or both of the cars involved.

Catryna White December 06, 2012 at 04:13 AM
Wow, deja vu. This same thing happened to my daughter 17 years ago; she was the one who made the U turn. It was at 7:30am after she had made a run up and down Mt Woodson. It was a foggy morning and the car that she turned in front of, was grey and moving at 65 or 70 miles per hour. Both my daughter and the other driver were transported to the hospital. Don't know what happened to the other woman, but my daughter had a fractured leg, multiple bruises and facial bleeding from broken glass. It was bad! Both vehicles were totaled. Timing is everything. One second later and our daughter might not have survived.
sandra j December 06, 2012 at 05:01 AM
the only time you should make a u-turn on highway 67 is never.
Catryna White December 06, 2012 at 05:25 AM
Yep. True enough. The accidents prove that.

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