Several Others Injured in Crash
SAN BERNARDINO, California (July 23, 2016) – A woman was killed after an alleged DUI driver struck her vehicle at Mt. Vernon Avenue and Mill Street, according to an article by the Press Enterprise.
The accident occurred in the morning of July 23, Saturday.
In detail, the article mentioned the alleged DUI driver was traveling in a maroon Mustang on Mt. Vernon. Then suddenly, the Mustang ran through a red light and struck a passing Nissan Armada. The force resulted in the Nissan to lose control and go airborne, as per the article. The Nissan ended slamming into a utility pole. Responding paramedics located a female party suffering in severe injuries inside the Nissan wreckage. It was not clear whether the Nissan occupant was pronounced dead at the scene or in the hospital.
Further, the Mustang spun out of control in the intersection and ended hitting another vehicle. The occupants from the third vehicle involved sustained injuries of unspecified severity.
The alleged DUI driver was seen evading on foot following the crash. No further information was provided on this matter.
Officers continue their best to provide justice to the deceased and victims.
The Johnson Attorneys Group’s prayers and thoughts rest with the family members and friends of both the deceased and injured.
If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in an accident caused by a negligent driver, Johnson Attorneys Group can help. We can ensure you get the best possible settlement for all of your losses. We have office locations all throughout California, call us today for a free and confidential consultation at 800-235-6801. There is no obligation to hire our personal injury and wrongful death lawyers but if you ask us to represent you in court, there are no attorney’s fees unless we obtain a settlement for you.
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