Everyone Initially Ok After Two-Car Collision in North Whisman

Accident occurred about a quarter after 1 p.m. at the intersection of E. Middlefield and N. Whisman Roads.

Two-cars collided early afternoon  at the intersection of E. Middlefield and N. Whisman Roads, and left a teen girl pretty shaken up.

The accident, which occurred around 1:15 p.m., caused the navy blue Volvo--driven by the teen--to hit a traffic light pole. The other vehicle, a Subaru also navy blue, sustained significant front damage. Engine oil from the Subaru leaked onto the pavement over the broken glass, which the and Public Works later to cleaned up.

According to Patch's initial observation and from police and fire scanner, neither the female and male drivers didn't initially complain of injuries; however as time progress an ambulance and fire rescue were called to the scene. Still, neither party left in the ambulance.

Immediately after the accident, passerby Craig Nicholai stepped into to assist the drivers out of the vehicles. He then began to direct traffic as advance of the 's arrival.

"It's the eagle scout in him," said a friend.

The accident scene was mostly cleared by 2:15 p.m.


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