SAN DIEGO (Border Report) — A U.S. Border Patrol agent driving an all-terrain car was despatched to the hospital Tuesday morning after colliding with Tahoe SUV pushed by a fellow agent.
The crash occurred in an space referred to as “Spooner’s Mesa” simply north of the U.S.-Mexico border about 2 miles from the Pacific Ocean.
That is a part of the southern border between Tijuana and San Diego is closely fortified with two fence obstacles operating parallel to one another and is continually being watched by brokers who work out of the Imperial Seashore Station.
The crash occurred between these two layers of fencing.
Based on the Border Patrol, the injured agent was transported to the united states Medical Heart close to downtown San Diego.
His accidents usually are not thought of life-threatening.
“The agent driving the Tahoe instantly requested EMS help by way of dispatch,” learn an announcement issued by the Border Patrol Tuesday afternoon. “The agent working the Tahoe didn’t report any accidents.”
By the way, nearly 20 years in the past, an agent died on this identical space when her car went over an embankment rolling a number of instances.