Thursday, March 17, 2016

Fourth Traffic Fatality in Coto de Caza's History Barely averted - Update 3/21/2016

March 21, 2016 - While the accident is still under investigation, CHP PIO Ray Scheidnes confirmed that there were three injuries, no alcohol was involved and no casualties.

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Coto de Caza, CA - the fourth traffic fatality in the history of the community was barely avoided earlier today, thanks now doubt to St. Patrick

Earlier today at around 3:00 pm, a red truck and an SUV appeared to have had a head-on collision blocking Coto de Caza Drive in both directions.  A quick check with the first responder on the scene, a CHP officer, confirmed that while there were various personal injuries, there were no traffic fatalities.

Roughly 15 minutes after the CHP shows up, the HOA's $1.5 million per year private security, UPS, shows up.  Mostly to get in the way.

Glorified meter maid, private security UPS shows up some 15 minutes late to the party - White SUV

The traffic incident happened roughly 1/4 of a mile south of one of the most dangerous intersections in the community:  Coto de Caza Dr. and San Miguel.

Private security UPS shows up some 15 minutes late when CHP has all under control:  White SUV cutting in:  

Intersection where accident took place, after the clean up


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