According to recent news articles, an accident involving an off-duty sheriff’s deputy and an alleged drugged driver sent both motorists to the hospital. The accident happened near Lake Elsinore around 7:30 in the morning. A 66-year-old man was driving westbound on Highway 74 when his Toyota Prius drifted off to the opposing traffic lanes.
According to the official reports from the California Highway Patrol, his Prius vehicle collided head-on against a Honda Civic driven by an off-duty Orange County sheriff’s deputy.
Witnesses claimed that the driver had been previously seen weaving in and out of his lane on the road just before the wreck. A spokesperson from the California Highway Patrol stated that the 66-year-old driver was under the influence of narcotics and that both drivers were taken to the local hospital as soon as the authorities arrived at the scene.
As an Orange County car accident lawyer, I’m saddened to hear that this accident was likely caused by intoxicated driving. I hope both drivers are able to experience a speedy recovery. I’m glad to hear that no one else was involved in this wreck. When you are intoxicated and you drive you’re not only putting yourself at risk, but also the safety of others.
Several news sources have reported an accident involving a car wreck in Sunnyside. Authorities claim the driver who caused the crash fled the scene.
According to the news, a 20-year-old passenger was ejected and killed after the driver lost control of his vehicle. The car drifted off the road and over-corrected causing the vehicle to roll. According to the authorities the driver left the scene just after the accident. The Washington State Patrol reports show that his identity and whereabouts are still unknown.
The remaining passengers were taken to the hospital as soon as the authorities arrived at the scene. Officials say that speed is believed to be the cause behind the wreck and that if you have any information on this accident or the suspect, you may contact the authorities.
As a Seattle car accident lawyer I’m terribly sorry to hear about this tragic occurrence. My heart goes out to the victim’s family and loved ones; hopefully they are receiving the support they need in this difficult time.
Whenever you’re the victim of an accident that was induced by the recklessness of others, contact a personal injury lawyer in your area to assist you with your case.
An accident involving two pedestrians and a patrol vehicle left an entire community just north of Bakersfield in outrage, according to the news. The accident happened when a 24-year-old man and a 30-year-old woman were about to cross the intersection of Diane Drive and Norris Road when a patrol vehicle hit them. Authorities say they trooper was driving at a high-speed.
Witnesses say that the trooper failed to notice the street light located on the northeast corner of Diane and Norris and that he was driving between 75 and 90 mph on a 45 mph section of the road. The official reports from the California Highway Patrol show that the victims died on impact and that the hood of the patrol car was crumpled after the crash.
The accident is still under investigation by the California Highway Patrol.
As a Los Angeles car accident lawyer I sincerely hope that the families and closest friends of the victims are receiving the support and assistance they need in this delicate moment of their lives, my heart and thoughts are with them.
As a personal injury lawyer I’m quite familiar with this type of case. I hope that the authorities will work hard to bring light to all the factors that enabled this crash.
A single car accident was responsible for a man from Allyn being injured on Monday evening according to the local news.
The accident happened some time around 11 p.m. when the man was driving on the left side of the Highway 3 and accidentally hit a boulder off the roadway. The vehicle spun around many times and rested on the driver’s side.
According to the Washington State Patrol, the man was taken to the Hospital as soon as the troopers arrived and his car was impounded.
Official reports show that the 77-year-old driver had his seat belt on at the time of the crash and that there were no other individuals involved in this accident. The Washington State Patrol is allegedly still investigating the accident but ruled out alcohol as one of the possible causes of the crash.
As a Vancouver car accident lawyer I hope that the driver will recover quickly and that the authorities will find out the real reasons behind this accident so similar crashes can be prevented in the near future.
I, a personal injury lawyer wish that drivers all across the Nation would be extremely cautious when it comes to distracted and even drowsy driving. Both behaviors can pose severe threats to you and your loved ones.
The California Highway Patrol announced via official reports that a cyclist who was crossing the 101 last Saturday was tragically killed just south of Broadway in Burlingame. His age or details regarding where he was from were not released to the media.
According to the several news outlets announcing the case, the accident happened when two different cars crashed into the cyclist one after the other. He was going northbound on the 101 sometime after 10:40 pm at the time of the collision that blocked the highway for about 40 minutes.
There were no major details released regarding the causes of the accident but it is believed to be a case of drinking while driving, although it is not known which driver happened to be drunk at the time of the accident.
As an Irvine personal injury attorney, I’m sincerely saddened to hear about this tragic news. Hopefully the authorities are working hard to discover what truly happened prior to the accident. The hearts and thoughts of all personal injury lawyers are with the family and friends of the bicyclist tragically lost in this accident.
Let’s hope that all readers will learn from this and remember that it’s indispensable to be attentive to bicycle riders while on the road.
News related to a fatal accident that happened in Norwalk this weekend has been reported all over the State of California. According to the news, a 27-year-old man was unfortunately killed in the crash while a 39-year-old motorist suffered severe injuries.
According to the official statements from the California Highway Patrol, a sport utility car crashed sometime before 3:40 a.m. while going southbound on 5 Freeway (Santa Ana Freeway) and rolled over the earthwork in Norwalk.
The 39-year-old driver from Fresno was reportedly driving at a high speed when he made an unsafe move to the right, according to the California Highway Patrol. That caused the vehicle to go off the roadway. Details on the mind state of the driver at the time of the accident were not released.
As a car accident lawyer in Fresno I hope that the authorities are working hard to identify the causes of the crash. Personal injury lawyers send their sincere and thoughtful condolences to the family of the man tragically killed in this accident and hope that the driver will recover quickly.
Whenever you or a loved one is involved in a rollover crash caused by a distracted or distraught driver, contact a personal injury lawyer in your area right away.
According to the major local news outlets, the California Highway Patrol has reported that a 35-year-old man from Igo was unfortunately pronounced dead on the scene of an accident. The collision happened early Sunday on Rainbow Lake Road.
Official reports say that investigators from the CHP claim the man traveled off the edge of the road, went off an embankment and overturned many times before the vehicle hit a tree.
The driver was found by the authorities sometime after 1 a.m. on Sunday but the vehicle was already cold upon their arrival, because of that the accident may have happened some time Saturday night. According to official announcements, there were no witnesses and allegedly no surveillance cameras in the area, which may difficult further inquiries.
Since the officials are still conducting investigations, it’s not yet disclosed if alcohol or other drugs had anything to do with the crash.
As a Ventura car accident lawyer I sincerely hope that the driver’s family will have the support and strength necessary during this difficult moment. I honestly hope the authorities will find the causes behind this accident.
Local news reported that a driver was pulled over on Interstate 82 because of his tinted windows; the authorities claimed the vehicle’s windows were overly dark.
News went on to confirm that the traffic stop happened on Wednesday after 2:40 p.m. and that the Washington State Patrol trooper noticed that the man was allegedly intoxicated. An open can of beer inside the car made it clear his initial suspicion could be right.
A dog was brought to the vehicle and it smelled drugs but the driver refused to allow the trooper to do a search. Official reports show the trooper obtained a warrant by telephone and found bags with residue that were later tested positive for cocaine. The officer also found marijuana on the floorboard and a Sig Sauer P229 .40-caliber pistol.
Charges pressed against the driver claim he had a stolen gun under his possession and over 40 grams of marijuana.
As a Seattle car accident lawyer I know of the risks individuals may face when sharing the road with an intoxicated driver. Whenever you spot a driver that may seem suspicious or highly dangerous, report the license plate number to the local authorities.
Whenever you’re involved with an accident caused by an intoxicated driver, contact a personal injury lawyer right away.
According to the news and the official reports from the California Highway Patrol, an accident on the 10 Freeway between two big rigs claimed the life of one of the truck drivers. The reports also showed that a huge fuel spill kept authorities on edge.
The accident happened when two trucks collided sometime after 2 p.m. at Fairplex Drive on the eastbound 10. The Los Angeles County Fire Inspector claimed that one of the rigs was absolutely engulfed by fire and that an estimated 1,000 gallons of fuel spilled onto the entire roadway.
The official reports from the CHP stated that crews had to work on the three blocked right lanes with some difficulties since the traffic had built up immensely prior to the arrival of the authorities.
A lengthy Sig Alert had to be issued after CHP blocked the Fairplex off-ramp since the fire and smoke were allegedly going up the ramp. As a Los Angeles car accident lawyer I offer my sincere condolences to the family of the man who tragically lost his life as the result of the collision on Thursday.
As a personal injury lawyer I urge all drivers of commercial trucks and buses to remember of the dangers and threats they may pose to the traffic in the case of an accident. Stay specially attentive to other large vehicles and general traffic conditions.
Local news outlets have referred to an accident that happened on the Pacific Coast Highway claiming that the driver was subsequently rescued from the ocean.
California Highway Patrol reports show that the authorities were allegedly chasing the driver and that the vehicle the man was driving was possibly stolen. By the time the pursuit reached the Pacific Coast Highway just north of Yerba Buena Road, the car went tumbling off the roadway and ended up inside of the ocean.
Following the call from a swimmer who watched the entire scene to the U.S. Coast Guard, the local firefighters rescued the driver from the ocean and took him to the Hospital.
According to the authorities, the man is expected to survive regardless of the major injuries the driver suffered in the accident. Other three men involved with the chase were allegedly arrested by the authorities right away.
As a Newport Beach car accident lawyer I urge drivers to be aware of road conditions before speeding. Be attentive to the road signs and always follow the orders from the authorities if you find yourself being pulled over.