Two injured in crash at Mt. Pinos and Frazier Mtn. Park Rd.

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By Gary Meyer

Two people were injured Monday, Oct. 1 in a collision of two vehicles on Frazier Mountain Park Road at about 2:10 p.m.

Justin Hanna of Frazier Park said the white Toyota Celica in front of him on Mt. Pinos Way (east) at the Frazier Mountain Park Road stop sign, pulled out to make a left turn and was hit by a silver Toyota Echo which was traveling west on Frazier Mountain Park Road.

According to CHP officers, the driver of the silver Toyota was Linnell Williams, 67 of Frazier Park. The driver of the white Toyota was Frazier Mountain High School senior Sarah Goddard, 17 of Frazier Park, according to her mother, Tammie Goddard, who quickly came to the scene.

According to CHP Public Information Officer Adriaan Garcia, Williams suffered minor injuries and was transported to Kern Medical Center.

Goddard was transported to Kern Medical Center with minor injuries.

This is part of the October 05, 2012 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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