Man Sustains Major Injuries After Driving 80 MPH and Rolling Down Embankment
According to the CHP incident page, a
woman man drove a black Toyota Camry 75 feet down an embankment near Prairie Creek on Highway 101 before 7:30 p.m. this evening.
The incident page says
she he was driving 80 miles per hour prior to the collision. The car landed on its hood, and the woman man was “pinned in with her seatbelt.”
At this point,
she he has been picked up by an ambulance and sent to Mad River Hospital. At 10:14 p.m., the classification of the accident was changed to a major injury accident.
[Correction: The CHP incident page said the driver was a female, but it turns out the driver was a male. RHBB regrets this error.]