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California accident injures 4, possibly drug related

An accident in La Jolla on Aug. 21 caused lots of damage when a man suspected of driving under the influence of drugs sped through two red lights. However, no one was seriously injured in the crash. The 44-year-old driver and three others did suffer minor injuries, and authorities believe the driver might have used inhalants before the accident.

1 killed in wrong-way accident

A head-on collision in Azusa, California, led to the death of one man, the hospitalization of his girlfriend and another man being taken into custody. The accident and the ensuing clean-up shut down a California freeway from approximately 3:30 a.m. until around 7:40 a.m. on August 9.

Drugs involved in California vehicular suicide that led to death

According to reports, on May 30, a 30-year-old Jamul woman caused a car accident, killing herself and another driver. The woman was headed south on state Route 67 in Lakeside, deliberately driving in the wrong lane in what police determined was a suicide attempt. Her vehicle, a Ford pickup truck, collided head-on with a utility truck that was being driven by a 49-year-old man from Alpine who was headed home from work. Both drivers were transported to the hospital where they later died.

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