Monday, 23 November 2020

Crash Between Truck and Car Leaves 21 Injured (Photos)

The accident occurred Tuesday morning on the Ruta 32 near Guapiles

A crash between a truck and a passenger vehicle left a total of 21 injured this Tuesday morning on the Ruta 32, the San Jose – Limon highwaym near the Costa Rica river bridge, in the area of Guapiles.

Photos from social networks

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Despite the number of people affected, the Cruz Roja (Red Cross) reported that only the driver of the small vehicle required a transfer to the Guapiles hospital; the remaining treated for bumps and bruises.

The majority of the affected were traveling in the truck headed for a yucca farm in the area.

The accident occurred before 5:30 am under circumstances still unclear.

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