3 Children Escape Serious Injury in Rollover Crash on I-15

The driver had minor injuries and three children are taken to a hospital as a precaution.

A rollover crash on northbound Interstate 15 just south of Indian Truck Trail Saturday afternoon sent a woman to a hospital with minor injuries. Three children were also taken to a hospital as a precautionary measure, according to a California Highway Patrol officer on the scene.

The woman was driving a red Toyota Camry just after 2 p.m. when she lost control of the car and rolled from the number three lane onto the right shoulder, where the car landed on its roof.

Rescue crews were able to get everybody out of the car without cutting into the car with the Jaws of Life.

The CHP is investigating the cause of the crash.  

Elizabeth McKay February 04, 2013 at 01:26 AM
99% of the time I see someone making some bonehead moves while driving, when I glance over at them, they are generally texting or talking (no hands free) Glad the kids are OK........
Tobias February 04, 2013 at 09:46 PM
The trouble is, this eliminates that mode of communicaton for anyone who is on a train, or a passenger in a car or bus. That's why phone manufacturers have yet to do it, as there are many legitimate scenerios where people will be moving at a decent speed but still be safe to use their phone. You can't punish everyone for the actions of some.
Constant Comment February 04, 2013 at 09:58 PM
Happy to hear that the children are unharmed. Sometimes when you hit a patch of gravel, theres nothing you can do to correct it, except hold on & ride it out. No matter what the accident reason was, best of luck for all of your futures! }~)
N1smo2go February 06, 2013 at 07:42 PM
Under development is a device that will block all cell phone frequencies along freeways other than calls for 911. Since all smartphones by law have E911 installed on them, closing the transmission band for non 911 calls/text would be easier. If this crash was a result of her using her phone while driving, the technology will have to be used to force people not to use phones while driving.
Kyle Murphy March 27, 2013 at 06:48 AM
Just saying, the children could have even been the cause. Statistically kids are 7 times more distracting than a cellphone call and 4 times more distracting than texting. Jumping to conclusions and automatically blaming the mother or whoever the woman was for negligence is a little uncalled for. Thank God that everyone was ok though!


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