‚Äč   Causes Head-on Collision + Injuries 

  

After dark, Tuesday December 22nd the local Running Springs - Arrowhead California Highway Patrol reports that CHP Officers responded to the scene of a head-on accident involving two vehicles, about 6:46 P.M. on State Route-330, just south of the middle passing lanes. 

Party #1 (P-1) (Weiss), a 22 year old female out of Burbank, California was diving Vehicle #1 (V-1) (Honda) southbound on SR-330, just south of the middle passing.  She was negotiating a right hand turn at an approximate speed of 45 MPH. 

Party #2  (P-2) (Callison), a 64 year old female from Running Springs, was driving Vehicle #2 (V-2) (Nissan) northbound on SR-330, approaching the aforementioned curve at a stated speed of 45 MPH. 

For an unknown reason, Weiss allowed her Honda to cross over the double yellow lines and into oncoming traffic. As a result, the Honda collided with Callison’s Nissan, head-on. 

The force of the collision caused the Honda to rotate 180 degrees, coming to rest on its wheels within the northbound lane, facing in a northerly direction. The Nissan came to rest in the #2 lane, on its wheels and facing in a northerly direction as well.  Both vehicles sustained major traffic collision damage as a result of this traffic collision. 

Weiss was transported to Loma Linda University Hospital by Running Springs Fire Department’s Ambulance # 51, where she was listed in critical condition.  For precautionary reasons due to complaints of pain on both, Callision and her 14 year old female passenger they were also transported to Loma Linda University Hospital by Running Springs Fire Department’s Ambulance # 51. 

CHP Officer Mariano Rivas is investigating the collision.