CHP: Golf Cart Rollover in Rural Napa County Causes Serious Injuries, Triggers Airborne Response | Local News

The California Highway Patrol responded Saturday afternoon to a golf cart that overturned on a private road near Capell Valley Road and caused serious injuries to two of the cart’s passengers, according to a news release.

The golf cart driver was traveling on a private driveway around 1:00 p.m. with three passengers in her cart. She turned dangerously onto the shoulder of the road, the statement said. This caused the cart to overturn, injuring two of the passengers.

A CHP helicopter and a REACH Air Medical Services a helicopter was deployed to intervene on the injured; they transported the two passengers to Kaiser Medical Center in Vacaville for treatment.

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