Two traffic incidents on Hill roads last week

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The California Highway Patrol reported two traffic collisions over the previous week.

Fortunately, nobody needed transport after these two vehicles came together at the corner of Pine Crest and Jameson Sunday. The dog appeared not in the least annoyed by the occurrence of the crash.

Fortunately, nobody needed transport after these two vehicles came together at the corner of Pine Crest and Jameson Sunday. The dog appeared not in the least annoyed by the occurrence of the crash.

The first, at 9 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, involved a single vehicle. Sandra Adolph, 52, of Idyllwild, was driving her silver 2016 Toyota Corolla eastbound on Highway 74, 3 miles west of McCall Park Road, when, according to the report, she fell asleep and crashed into the mountain. She was not injured and no other vehicles were involved in the incident. Adolph’s car was moderately damaged and required towing.

At 3:45 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, Grace Eaton, 20, of Mountain Center, was driving her red 2011 Nissan Sentra south on Pine Crest Avenue in Idyllwild when she made a U-turn at the intersection with Jameson Drive, causing a collision with the vehicle that had been behind her.

Eliot Taylor, 52, of Idyllwild, had been driving his 2006 gray Ford Ranger truck when Eaton’s vehicle struck his. Taylor complained of pain to his left arm but did not request transport. Neither Eaton nor Francesca Flax, 22, of Indian Wells, a passenger in Eaton’s car, were injured. Damage to both vehicles was moderate, requiring towing.

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