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Vehicle hits building on Main Ave. after colliding with other vehicle - Two car collision results in a truck running into Armed Response building

A two-car collision resulted in one of the vehicles running into the Armed Response building, located on the intersection of Fallbrook St. and Main Ave.

The collision occurred at approximately 8:04 a.m., and partially blocked the intersection.

According to California Highway Patrol officer Eric Newbury, Juan Ramirez, a 41-year-old Fallbrook native was driving a 1996 Chevrolet S10 pickup truck southbound, approaching Fallbrook Street at an approximate 25 mph.

Upon reaching the intersection, Ramirez failed to stop at the intersection, ramming his truck into a Honda CRV, which was being driven westbound on Fallbrook Street by Alyce Guerrero, 38, also a Fallbrook native.

After colliding with the CRV, Ramirez’ vehicle ran into the Armed Response building, breaking the plated glass window.

Ramirez was uninjured after the accident, but Guerrero was transported to Fallbrook Hospital because of pain.

Part of the intersection was closed for a portion of the morning to allow for vehicle towing and cleanup.

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A two car collision resulted in one of the vehicles running into the Armed Response building, located on the intersection of Fallbrook St. and Main Ave.

The collision occurred at approximately 8:15 a.m., and partially blocked the intersection.

According to responding authorities, one individual was transported to the hospital via ambulance, but no life threatening injuries occurred.

Watch this site for more information as the story develops.

 

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