Seven injured, two critically, in Twin Peaks collision
A three-vehicle collision Wednesday afternoon on Twin Peaks Road injured seven, two critically.
At approximately 2:30 PM, a green Ford Escort driven by a 17-year-old male was driving westbound on Twin Peaks Road with three teenaged passengers, ranging in age from 15-17, according to Cpl Todd Murphy of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. The teen driver swerved over the center line into eastbound traffic, striking a white Toyoya Prius driven by a male adult. The Escort then slid sideways into a maroon Ford F150 driven by an adult female and her 12-year-old sister.
The teen driver and his 15-year-old brother were critically injured with major head trauma. The two boys were transported to Scripps La Jolla Hospital by air ambulance. Two other teens in the Ford Escort and the drivers and passengers of the Ford F150 and Toyota Prius received minor injuries and were treated and released at Pomerado and Palomar Hospitals.
The investigation is continuing.
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