Head-on collision in Carmel Valley leaves two people injured

By City News Service

A collision in Carmel Valley that may have been caused by reckless driving left two people hospitalized.

A white BMW and a black vehicle were speeding and weaving through northbound traffic in the 12500 block of El Camino Real about 8:10 a.m. Friday, April 27, when the accident occurred, San Diego police Officer Frank Cali said.

The driver of the BMW lost control and veered into oncoming traffic, striking a Jeep head-on, he said.

The Jeep driver, a woman in her 40s, suffered back and neck injuries, and the BMW driver, a man in his 40s, suffered a serious leg injury, Cali said.

Both were taken to a hospital, he said.

The driver of the black vehicle drove off, he said.

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