Woman Killed in Chain Reaction Crash on State Route 94
3-Car Accident in San Diego Leads to Fatality
San Diego, CA (August 25, 2018) – A woman was killed in a chain-reaction crash in San Diego. The fatal accident happened on State Route 94 on the morning of August 25.
Three cars were involved in the crash, which was triggered by a loose dog on the highway. A Ford F-150 owned by the San Diego Humane Society was parked in the median near 25th Street as officers attempted to capture the loose dog.
Multiple vehicles stopped and swerved. A Toyota Camry with three occupants came to a stop in one of the lanes. A Dodge truck in the same lane swerved into the median to avoid the Camry. It was rear-ended by a GMC Yukon towing a trailer.
The impact pushed the Dodge into the Camry. The Camry was then pushed into the Humane Society pickup.
A 53-year-old female passenger in the Camry suffered a major head injury. She was taken to a local hospital, where she later died. Three other people were hospitalized due to injuries sustained in the accident.
Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim.
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