[09-11-2023] Stanislaus County, CA – One Person Injured Following Two-Vehicle Collision on Claribel Road in Oakdale

Published September 13, 2023

[09-11-2023] One Person Injured Following Two-Vehicle Collision on Claribel Road in OakdaleOne person was injured and hospitalized after a two-vehicle collision in Oakdale on Monday evening, September 11, 2023.

According to the Modesto Fire Department, the incident occurred on Claribel Road, just south of Claus Road, around 5:49 p.m.

The report said two vehicles were involved, and one person was injured and taken to a local hospital by Oak Valley Ambulance.

No information is available at this time regarding the circumstances surrounding the vehicle collision and the injured person’s identity.

The investigation is ongoing.

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After a car accident, it is crucial to understand what actions to take. You can protect your physical well-being and legal rights by prioritizing safety, reporting the incident, and seeking medical treatment.

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  1. Stay calm and prioritize safety above all else.
  2. Move to a secure location and wait for the arrival of law enforcement authorities.
  3. Dial 911 to report the collision and exchange contact and insurance information with all parties involved.
  4. Refrain from admitting fault, even when speaking to the police or other individuals involved.
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Car Accident Statistics

According to the most recent data released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were 42,795 fatalities resulting from vehicle accidents in 2022. This represents a slight decrease of 0.3% compared to the 42,939 reported fatalities in 2021.
The fatality rate, 1.37 deaths per 100 million vehicle miles in 2021, decreased to 1.35 deaths per 100 million vehicle miles in 2022. It’s worth noting that approximately 1% more Americans were actively engaged in driving activities during 2022, compared to the highest point of the pandemic year.

Furthermore, there is an anticipation that the number of fatalities in the final quarter of 2022 will decrease. This marks the third consecutive quarterly reduction in deaths, following a trend that began after seven successive quarterly increases starting in the third quarter of 2020.

Regarding specific states, California reported an estimated 4,407 fatalities in 2022, representing a 2.8% increase compared to the previous year’s count of 4,285.