One Dead in A Two Vehicle Rollover Crash in San Mateo County

One Dead in A Two Vehicle Rollover Crash in San Mateo County

MILLBRAE, CA - An 87-year-old woman has died following a vehicle crash in an area of unincorporated San Mateo County. California Highway Patrol responded to the accident at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13.

The collision took place off U.S. Highway 280 at Golf Course Drive near the Crystal Springs Golf Course.

A white 2016 Volkswagen struck the right side of a 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe as it was traveling eastbound on Golf Course Drive. The Volkswagen was attempting to turn west on Golf Course Dr. off of the northbound highway off-ramp.

The Hyundai rolled as a result of the force of the impact and came to rest on its left side.

A 63-year-old man was driving the Hyundai and there were two passengers, an 87-year-old female, and an 89-year-old male. Emergency responders transported all occupants of the Hyundai to Stanford Medical center. The woman died at the hospital.

Medical staff treated the driver for moderate injuries and the male passenger for minor injuries.

Santa Clara County medical examiner will wait until contacting families to release the identity of the victims.

The occupants of the Volkswagen were teenage girls. The driver a 16-year-old from Redwood City and her passenger, a 15-year-old from Belmont. Neither sustained injuries and alcohol or drugs are not suspected to be factors in the crash.

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Source: Patch

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Aidin Ghavimi

Aidin is a partner at Starpoint LC, Attorneys at Law, and focuses on personal injury and employment law cases in and around Southern California. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the Loyola School of Law and his Bachelor’s from USC. Aidin’s primary goal is to bring justice to his clients and to ensure they are able to move on with their lives after a serious injury.

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