ANAHEIM, California (February 7, 2017) — At least one person suffered injuries Tuesday morning when the driver of a black Chevrolet Tahoe SUV allegedly lost control of the vehicle and went across all lanes before hitting a gray Infinity in the slow lane of the eastbound 91 Riverside Freeway, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The crash took place about 8:01 a.m. this morning. The large SUV ended up blocking the Fastrak lane and the car was blocking the slow lane with its airbags deployed, police said.
Two other vehicles may have also been involved or their drivers stopped to help. Metro Net Fire Authority sent paramedics to the scene to help anyone who was injured in the crash. Two tow trucks were sent to the scene to remove the vehicles.
The report does not state how many people were injured in the crash. Police area heading up an investigation into liability.
Liability for a Collision
Based on the facts we have for this collision, there were at least two parties involved and police could determine that either one or several people were liable. There are many factors involved including whether the vehicles were mechanically sound, the drivers were distracted or intoxicated, etc. These are all things that police will consider when they determine liability for a collision.
If you were hurt in a traffic accident or a family member has died in a crash involving a negligent driver, Johnson Attorneys Group can help by offering free legal advice at 800-235-6801. Call us for a case evaluation and to find out how to protect your legal rights.
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