2 Injured Camarillo Crash at Adolfo and Tahquitz
CAMARILLO (July 25, 2017) – Two people were injured in a traffic collision at Adolfo Road and Tahquitz Drive Tuesday morning, according to Ventura County Star.
As per the article, the incident occurred at about 6:00 a.m. when a white Saturn entered the intersection from a stop sign on southbound Tahquitz Road. The Saturn then collided with a passing black Chevrolet Silverado which was traveling west on Adolfo Road at the time.
Camarillo Car Accident
Authorities determined the driver of the Saturn, a Camarillo man, was seriously hurt and was taken to Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center where he was listed in serious condition.
Meanwhile, the 20-year-old Newbury Park man driving the Chevrolet suffered minor injuries and was not hospitalized.
The intersection was closed between Mission Oaks Boulevard and Rancho Calleguas Drive until about 11:15 a.m. to give way to the investigation.
Johnson Attorneys Group has handled several cases where victims have been injured in auto accidents which took place in Ventura County. Recently, JAG Founder Mr. James Johnson settled a case where a victim was badly injured in a car crash at an intersection, allowing him to become very familiar with the complexities of specific cases.
We, at Johnson Attorneys Group, know what a devastating and aggravating experience it is to be involved in a traffic collision. Our professional Ventura County car accident lawyers understand and are knowledgeable of the steps the victims should take when they have been injured in an accident caused by a negligent party. If you, or a loved one, need an expert personal injury attorney to represent you in court and fight for your rights, you may call us for a free consultation at 800-235-6801.
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