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Motorist Critically Injured in Sage Crash

The crash in the 32000 block of Sage Road was reported at 6:22 a.m.

A motorist was in the hospital with critical injuries Thursday, following a crash that required extrication in Sage, Cal Fire officials said.

The crash in the 32000 Block of Sage Road was reported at 6:22 a.m., according to Cal Fire officials.

Firefighters had to free someone trapped in the vehicle, said Cal Fire's Jody Hagemann.

Brenda October 12, 2012 at 06:57 AM
This is just beyond belief :/ Everyday, 1, 2, 3x a day. I hope whoever you are that was in the car, truck, both cars, one car, in the crash, is going to be ok.
Lash LaRue October 12, 2012 at 03:20 PM
The people who live off Red Mountain are wreckless drivers, If I am getting tailgated and this passed over the double line it is always a driver who turns on to Red Mountain. It doses not not matter which way you are driving on Sage Rd the Arseholes always turn up Red Mountain.
Brenda October 12, 2012 at 06:23 PM
MAn in car trapped, and motorcyclist in critical condition sounds like motorcycle hit the car hard, and one or the other turned in front of the other. Yet another sad story, and you are right Lash. Most of us know the bad spots and you would think everyone would be more conscious of it and drive safely, but NO, its worse!
CommCare October 12, 2012 at 07:33 PM
I know driving on 79 on weekends can be a nightmare at any time of day. There are few places to pull over and let cars/trucks go by. A lot of pick up trucks in particular speed, pass, tailgate. It makes what can be a beautiful ride a very stressful trip.
Local Resident October 12, 2012 at 09:26 PM
Not "all" people that live off Red Mountain are wreckless drivers. If you have witnessed "some", that is NOT ALL. I have personally witnessed many drivers passing on Sage Rd. coming both directions from Hemet and from Temecula that continue on without turning onto Red Mountain. So get your facts straight before you make false accusations and name calling to the people that live off of Red Mountain Rd.

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