Right, according to the California Highway Patrol and Idyllwild Fire Department, about 12:30 p.m. Friday, May 10, three vehicles were involved in a collision on Highway 243 and Saunders Meadow Road. With thick fog limiting visibility, one driver became disoriented while driving his white sedan southbound on Highway 243. The driver attempted to make a left turn onto lower Saunders Meadow Road, but didn’t see a dark blue Jeep Wrangler that was traveling northbound. They collided head-on. A silver BMW also traveling southbound hit the rear of the white sedan. Idyllwild Fire transported the driver of the white sedan to Desert Regional Medical Center. He suffered moderate injuries. No other injuries were reported. The highway was closed in both directions for less than an hour while the scene was cleared. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

A one-vehicle collision last week resulted only in the vehicle being towed.
John Palmer, 26, of Oceanside, was driving a white 2013 Toyota Prius eastbound just east of Palm Canyon Drive on Highway 74 at about 8:45 a.m. Wednesday, May 8. He took a left-hand turn and the vehicle went off the roadway before he had time to react, according to California Highway Patrol Public Information Officer Darren Meyer.
The vehicle went down a steep rock embankment about 50 feet over the side.
Palmer complained of pain in his left arm and shoulder but was not transported to a hospital. His vehicle was towed.
A two-car collision on Friday, May 10, did result in a patient being transported to an area hospital.
At 12:35 p.m., David Reidford, 74, of Palm Springs, was driving a white 2014 Nissan Rogue southbound on Highway 243, according to Meyer, when he turned left onto lower Saunders Meadow Road directly into the northbound path of a blue 2004 Jeep Wrangler driven by Luis Felix, 47, of Idyllwild.
American Medical Response transported Reidford to Desert Regional Medical Center for complaint of pain. Felix was not transported.