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28 March 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

WHITTIER: Bicyclist Injured After Being Hit by Van at Camilla and Pickering

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Victim Described as 23-year-old Whittier Man

WHITTIER, CALIFORNIA (March 28, 2016) – A bicyclist was wounded after colliding with a mini van at Camilla Street and Pickering Avenue early Monday, according to Whittier Daily News.

The accident happened at around 2:08 a.m.

Preliminary report stated that authorities responded to an emergency call requesting for aid at the intersection.

Upon arrival at the scene, they have located a man wounded from a crash involving a bicycle and a mini van.

The force from the impact concluded in the bicyclist suffering in injuries of unknown severity. The responding paramedic team immediately transported the patient to a nearby medical facility, as mentioned in the article.

The Whittier Daily News published that the mini van driver was not arrested at the site.

Investigators assigned to handle the case continue to gather more evidences before pronouncing conclusion on the matter.


Our personal injury law firm would like to offer a free legal consultation to anyone who has been hurt in a traffic accident. Call us at 800-235-6801 to speak with an experienced attorney.

 

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