Car Accident | Fremont and Oxley Car on Sidewalk

PHOTO: Eric Fabbro | SouthPasadenan.com | An elderly woman driving a Chrysler PT Cruiser collided with a wall after driving over the sidewalk at the Southwest corner of Oxley and Fremont Ave

At approximately 11:56 AM on Thursday, January 17, a woman aged 60-70 years old ended up over the curb and collided with the 3 ft wall lining the perimeter of a residence on the Southwest corner of Fremont and Oxley after a collision with another car.

Several units were dispatched at the scene with paramedics, officers and members of the fire department comforting the woman.

According to one of the officers there were no visible injuries sustained during the collision and that the driver was in shock.

PHOTO: Eric Fabbro | SouthPasadenan.com | An elderly woman driving a Chrysler PT Cruiser collided with a wall after ending up on the sidewalk at the Southwest corner of Oxley and Fremont Ave.

The vehicle, a silver PT Cruiser, was impacted on the driver’s side and has visible dents along side the entire surface. The bumper of the other car involved in the collision can be seen lodged in the side of the car as well.

The status of the other drivers is currently unknown at the moment.

PHOTO: Eric Fabbro | SouthPasadenan.com | An elderly woman driving a Chrysler PT Cruiser collided with a wall after ending up on the sidewalk at the Southwest corner of Oxley and Fremont Ave

More information as it becomes available.

PHOTO: Eric Fabbro | SouthPasadenan.com | An elderly woman driving a Chrysler PT Cruiser collided with a wall after going over the sidewalk after a collision at the Southwest corner of Oxley and Fremont Ave.
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Eric Fabbro
Eric Fabbro is a South Pasadenan whose family goes back to the 1950's. He graduated SPHS 2008, and Art Center College of Design in 2014. His versatile skill-set includes illustration, digital media, graphic design & photography. Eric is the in-house illustrator for The South Pasadenan, and the creator of our South Pasadenan icon logo. His work has been shown in galleries throughout the Los Angeles area.

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