Norm Dillinger Suffers Major Injury In Grizzly Flat Collision

Norm Dillinger

The California Highway Patrol in the city of Grizzly Flat, 52 miles from Sacramento, California, on Wednesday, February 26th, announced they identified the man injured in a two-vehicle crash. He is Norman Dillinger, 64.

He was injured in an accident on Grizzly Flat Road and taken to the Marshal Hospital for treatment. The latter could not adequately treat the extensive injuries of Dillinger, and he got transferred to another unnamed hospital.

The man is still undergoing treatment, and there’s no report on his health status at the time of this report. The accident that landed Dillinger in the hospital occurred at about 6:55 p.m. on Friday, February 21st.

The injured man was driving a Toyota Corolla heading north on the Grizzly Flat Road. A Volkswagen hatchback, driven by a 17-year-old unnamed male driver, switched from its southbound lanes into Dillinger’s lane, colliding with him.

The injured driver saw the Volkswagen before the collision, but could not brake in time to avoid it. The force of the crash made the Toyota go into a clockwise tumble, with its rear striking the edge of a dam on the right shoulder of the road.

Dillinger suffered multiple injuries, but the teenage driver from Citrus Heights went unscathed. The CHP has not stated if he sustained any delayed injury and has not released if the young man was impaired while behind the wheel.

The teenager did not get cited, and he is currently not facing any charge. The reason why the teen took the wrong way is still under investigation, and the CHP will update the public as they uncover more details.

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