Confused victim called 911 after Alpine accident
SAN DIEGO, CA – A woman called 911 after crashing on Interstate 8, reporting that she was bleeding and confused, in El Cajon on Tuesday afternoon.
According to CHP, the woman in a Jeep Cherokee and headed west when she crashed near East Victoria Drive at about 2 p.m. She called 911 and reported that she was bleeding and couldn’t see the road. She also said that she believed that she and the other occupants were trapped in the overturned vehicle.
The emergency crew began to search for a vehicle on its roof in the rea. They found the SUV in a ditch on the right side of the freeway.
The woman and other occupants were extricated, and medics assessed them for injuries.
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