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Three Injured After Vehicle Rollover Accident in Brentwood

by ECT

Camino Diablo Accident July 7 2013 A

At 2:16 pm Sunday afternoon, East Contra Costa Fire Protection District crews responded to a rollover vehicle accident on Camino Diablo near Walnut Boulevard in Brentwood.  Two adults and a four-year-old child were involved in the single vehicle accident.

East Contra Costa Fire, the Contra Costa Sheriff’s Department and the California Highway Patrol responded to the scene with fire crews forced to perform a technical rescue to free to occupants of the vehicle.   AMR paramedics were summoned and as a result the three were air-lifted from the scene with unknown injuries.  The condition of the occupants and the cause of the accident is unknown at this time and under investigation by the C.H.P.

Traffic on Camino Diablo was closed to traffic in both directions for about one hour.

Photos and information provided by Art Michel of AM Productions

Camino Diablo Accident July 7 2013 B

Camino Diablo Accident July 7 2013 D

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Stashy Jul 7, 2013 - 10:12 pm

Camino Diablo is no where near Walnut Blvd???

burkforoakley Jul 8, 2013 - 12:29 am

I would encourage you to look at a map.

Sara Jul 8, 2013 - 6:49 am

YOU ought to look at a map. Walnut Blvd. ends at Camino Diablo. I’ll bet you never ask for directions either.

Troy Jul 8, 2013 - 7:32 am

“Camino Diablo is no where near Walnut Blvd???”

No it only crosses it!

JON Jul 8, 2013 - 1:53 pm

Sara, you need to look at a map! walnut Blvd
crosses Camino diablo and goes to los vaqueros res.

kim Jul 8, 2013 - 7:30 pm

Don’t worry everyone. We are fine.

ECV Jul 9, 2013 - 11:08 am

Kim, glad you are fine, that looks like a horrible accident.

I hope people see the value in the FD responding to “medical calls”. I’m pleased to see AMR and helicopters were there to assist and get these people quickly to the hospital. I doubt the ambulance people were equipped to handle the extrication process so there is a huge value to all of these responders working as a team. It looks like the accident ended up in tall, dry grass ….they are lucky it didn’t catch fire.
In one photo I see at least 7 firemen opening the car and trying to free the passengers.

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