Solo Vehicle Leaves Road, Injures Driver in Frazier Park

  • The driver of the silver Chevy SUV that went off Frazier Mountain Park Road Wednesday, over the hill shown here and down the other side, is carried on a stretcher to the ambulance.

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    The driver of the silver Chevy SUV that went off Frazier Mountain Park Road Wednesday, over the hill shown here and down the other side, is carried on a stretcher to the ambulance.

  • A deputy walks back up the southern slope of the hill, on the other side of the crest from the road. The car traveled up one slope, over the crest and down this slope to lodge in the vegetation below. [Gary Meyer photo]

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    A deputy walks back up the southern slope of the hill, on the other side of the crest from the road. The car traveled up one slope, over the crest and down this slope to lodge in the vegetation below. [Gary Meyer photo]

  • The silver Chevy SUV came to rest in vegetation on the creek side of the hill. It did not appear to have rolled over. The driver was extracted from the car and put on a stretcher. [Gary Meyer photo]

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    The silver Chevy SUV came to rest in vegetation on the creek side of the hill. It did not appear to have rolled over. The driver was extracted from the car and put on a stretcher. [Gary Meyer photo]

FRAZIER PARK, CA (Thursday, March 20, 2014 at 12:45 p.m.)—CHP reports that the 50-year-old Frazier Park resident had possibly suffered a seizure, impairing her ability to drive the 2004 Chevy Blazer. She suffered minor injuries (neck pain) in the accident.

FRAZIER PARK, CA (Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 5:30 p.m.)—Reports that a vehicle left Frazier Mountain Park Road west of the park in a solo accident began just before 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 19. A gray Chevy SUV was apparently traveling westbound when the vehicle crossed over the eastbound lane, went up a 15 foot embankment, over the crest, then southward down the other side toward Cuddy Creek. The car came to rest in heavy vegetation.

The female driver, who was traveling alone, was removed from the vehicle by Kern County firefighters, placed on a stretcher and carried to an AMR ambulance waiting at the roadside, about 120 feet away. The driver was taken for medical treatment. We will report more as details become available.

This is part of the March 14, 2014 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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