Couple Hurt in Rollover Collision on Highway 99 WestGLENN COUNTY, CA (October 7, 2022) – Saturday night, Joe and Barbara Everest were injured in a hit-and-run crash on Highway 99. The incident happened around 6:00 p.m., on October 1st. According to reports, the collision involved a 2007 Pontiac G5 and a Toyota SUV. Investigators say the Pontiac struck the rear of the Toyota, causing it to overturn. The two occupants inside the Toyota, Joe and Barbara Everest sustained serious injuries. After the collision, the driver of the Pontiac made a U-turn and fled the scene. Emergency crews arrived and extricated Joe and Barbara from the overturned Toyota. Paramedics transported the couple to Enloe Hospital with minor injuries. Following preliminary duties, police suspect that impairment may have played a factor. Meanwhile, police confirmed that the Pontiac was seen driving northbound after the collision. A driver must stop and take certain actions when involved in an accident that results in property damage or injury to another party. Call 911 and render aid to anyone who may be injured while waiting for the police to arrive. Remain at the scene. If able, exchange particulars with the other parties involved and document the crash.
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