Call for a free consultation 24/7 1 800 208-3538
03 April 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

HEMET: Woman Cut and Rescued After Crash on Highway 74

Firefighters Rescue Woman Trapped in Vehicle After Hemet Crash

HEMET, California (April 3, 2014) – A woman was cut and rescued from her vehicle after a collision on Highway 74 just east of Winchester Road, according to a report by the CAL FIRE/Riverside County Firefighters.

About 6:59 a.m., firefighters responded to the single-vehicle crash involving an injured woman in a passenger car. Paramedics transported her by ambulance to a nearby hospital where she was being treated today for moderate injuries sustained in the accident, the report said.

Police are investigating the cause of the crash, however, there were no further details reported.

“Hopefully this woman is able to have a full recovery from her injuries,” said Attorney James Johnson, a Riverside personal injury lawyer.

Riverside Car Accident Attorney

Indeed, if you are hurt in a car accident it’s important to take immediate steps to obtain medical attention by competent doctors and specialists.

If someone else is at fault for your injuries, you may wish to file a legal claim by contacting a competent Riverside Car Accident Attorney at (800) 216-3668.

(Copyright ©2014 Johnson Attorneys Group. All Rights Reserved.)

Related Posts

Johnson Attorneys Group was founded with the intent of helping people by protecting the rights of our clients and their families. We know that often times a monetary reward cannot make up for a loss. It is our intent to seek justice by minimizing this disparity.

Over $80,000,000 in settlements
and a 98.7% case success rate.

Our ambitions and goals are directly aligned with that of our clients’ because of our contingency fee agreement. We only win if our clients do. Because of this commitment to our clients, we have recovered over $80,000,000 in settlements and hold a 98.7% success rate.

Receive a Free Consultation.

Tell us about your case

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.