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Head-on Crash on PCH Critically Injures 2


A head-on crash on Pacific Coast Highway at Tuna Canyon Rd. on Tuesday left two people in critical condition.

The accident was reported at 5:09 p.m. A 25-year-old Los Angeles resident was traveling southbound on PCH in a Buick Regal. He veered into oncoming lanes and slammed head-on into a Honda Accord traveling northbound on Pacific Coast Highway. The driver of the Honda Accord was a 46-year-old man from Oxnard. Neither vehicle had passengers.

Both men were transported to a local hospital. The younger man, who was transported by helicopter, is reported to be in grave condition and not expected to survive his injuries.

Pacific Coast Highway, known as "Blood Alley" because of its high incidence of traffic fatalities, is one of the most dangerous highways in the country. The Santa Monica personal injury attorneys at McGee, Lerer & Associates have represented many PCH accident victims and their families. We handle only personal injury cases. You benefit from our expertise. Attorneys Daniel McGee and Catherine Lerer are available 24/7 for a free consultation.

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