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1 Injured in Crash on Mission Road


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Fallbrook, CA (August 8, 2019) – One person was injured in a crash in Fallbrook. The accident occurred on the evening of August 8 on Mission Road.

A sedan and a van collided in the southbound lanes of Mission Road, near Silver Springs Lane. The impact caused the van to flip over. One person was injured and taken to a local hospital. The crash is under investigation.

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