(photo courtesy of San Bernardino County Fire via Twitter)

Highway 395 Shut Down in Both Directions Due to Crash

HESPERIA:(VVNG.com)- Highway 395 is currently shut down in both directions between Main Street and Eucalypts Street due to a traffic collision.

At about 3:40 PM., on Wednesday, June 15th dispatch received a report of a single vehicle rollover on Highway 395 between Smoke Tree Road and Avenal Street.

When units arrived they located a red Nissan Altima on the shoulder with major damage on the east side of Highway 395.

Two air ambulances were requested to transport two patients with life-threatening injuries to Loma Linda University Medical Center and Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. Amongst the injured were two small children and an adult. The third patient was transported by ground ambulance to a local hospital.

Hesperia Sheriff’s station spokeswoman told Victor Valley News the hard closure will remain in effect till about 10:00 PM tonight.

The cause of the accident remains under investigation. More information will be updated as it becomes available.

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Air Rescue helicopter landed along Highway 395 to transport a seriously injured patient to a trauma hospital. (photo by Hugo C. Valdez, Victor Valley News)
Air Rescue helicopter landed along Highway 395 to transport a seriously injured patient to a trauma hospital. (photo by Hugo C. Valdez, Victor Valley News)
(photo courtesy of San Bernardino County Fire via Twitter)
(photo courtesy of San Bernardino County Fire via Twitter)
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