Police officer among 2 injured in Irvine crash
Feb. 09, 2020
A police officer in a patrol SUV and a 59-year-old man driving a Toyota Prius both suffered non-life-threatening injuries during a crash in Irvine, authorities said Sunday, Feb 9.
The crash occurred a little before midnight Saturday in the area of Yale and Irvine Center Drive, according to a watch commander at the Irvine Police Department.
The 25-year-old office was driving a Ford Explorer with its lights and sirens on and traveling eastbound on Irvine Center Drive. The SUV was entering the intersection at an unknown speed when it collided with the left side of a Toyota Prius, which had entered the intersection while going northbound on Yale, the California Highway Patrol reported.
Paramedics transported both motorists with complaints of pain to Orange County Global Medical Center in Santa Ana.
The CHP’s Santa Ana office asked anyone who witnessed the crash to call them at 714-567-6000.
It’s official: the OnePlus 8T will support 65W fast chargingUse charcoal to get rid of headache in 5 minutes and thank me laterMandy Moore Is Pregnant With Her First ChildAir travel is safe, says Fikile Mbalula as SA moves to resume international travelFacebook says it ‘mistakenly’ suspended hundreds of activists’ accounts