Street Sweeper Collided with 2 Others Vehicles
BAKERSFIELD (May 31, 2018)– According to Bakersfield Now News, an injurious collision left several hospitalized following a collision this morning at Panama Lane and Stine Road.
Very limited details have been made available at this time as a street sweeper and two additional vehicles were involved in the crash.
The time when the accident took place and the series of events that occurred leading up to it were not provided in the report.
No further details were included as the Bakersfield Police Department handles the investigation.
Bakersfield Car Accident Injury Attorney
A forensic examination of the street sweeper and the other two vehicles, as well as photos that were taken of the scene, will help investigators determine which driver ultimately caused the accident. Authorities will thoroughly look into how fast each driver was going, whether or not alcohol or drugs were involved, and whether or not there were any mechanical issues with either vehicle. The investigation will also consist of looking at measurements of evidence left by the vehicles such as point of impact, final resting positions of each vehicle, skid marks, and gouge marks.
In such cases where negligence or wrongdoing may have been a factor, those injured and not found liable for this collision will be subject to a personal injury claim pending the investigation results. Personal injury victims may seek monetary recompense for damages which include pain and suffering, medical expenses and hospital bills, and loss of income.
If you or a loved one have been the victim of an auto accident, contact our experienced Bakersfield auto accident injury lawyers today at 855-703-4186 and allow us to provide you with the advice and guidance needed.
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