Driver of classic car seriously injured in Carmel Valley accident

By City News Service

A classic car rear-ended a sedan at a red light in Carmel Valley early June 2, and the driver of the 1962 Ford Fairmount was seriously injured, a police officer said.

The classic car crashed into the back of a 2008 Chevy sedan that had been stopped at the intersection of Del Mar Heights Road and High Bluff Drive at about 12:30 a.m., San Diego Police Officer David Stafford said.

The Fairmount’s driver, identified only as a woman in her 30s, broke her upper leg and her jaw in the crash, Stafford said. The Chevy’s driver, a woman in her late 20s, was not injured, he said.

Police did not believe alcohol was a factor in the crash, according to Stafford.

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