A sixty seven-yr-previous lady was significantly injured early Wednesday when she crashed her automotive head-on into an oncoming pickup close to San Diego State College, police stated.
It occurred about 4:30 a.m. on Campanile Drive between Dorothy and Baja drives, somewhat south of Montezuma Street, San Diego police Officer Sarah Foster stated.
The lady was headed north in a 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser when, for unknown reasons, she allowed the automotive to float left and slam head-on into an oncoming 2010 Ford F-one hundred fifty pickup, Foster stated in a press release.
Medics took the lady to a hospital with critical accidents to both legs, Foster stated. She sustained an open fracture to her right ankle, while her left ankle was fractured and dislocated.
The 35-yr-previous man driving the Ford pickup was apparently not injured.
Alcohol was not thought-about a factor within the crash, police stated. Officers from the San Diego Police Division’s visitors division have been investigating the collision and making an attempt to determine what prompted the crash.