Man rescued from wreckage after crash

GLENDORA — A man was hospitalized with major injuries Saturday after spending an unknown amount of time trapped in his wrecked car, officials said.
A passer-by called the California Highway Patrol about 7 a.m. to report seeing a car that had driven off the connector road between the northbound 57 Freeway and the eastbound 210 Freeway, CHP Sgt. John Escobedo said.
The crash is believed to have occurred in the early-morning hours, though it was not clear Saturday exactly what time, he said.
The car, a Nissan Maxima, hit a tree after leaving the road, Escobedo said.
“Use of a seat belt definitely assisted in him surviving this collision, Escobedo said. The vehicle sustained major damage.”
The injured man was described as a Rancho Cucamonga resident in his 30s, the sergeant added.
The cause of the crash remained under investigation.

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