KERMAN, California (August 30, 2017) — At least one person has died in a two-vehicle collision early Wednesday morning at West Ashlan and North Howard avenues, a California Highway Patrol report said.
The crash took place about 5:49 a.m. The CHP report states there was debris in the traffic lanes and two vehicles involved including a blue 4-door 2014 Hyundai Accent.
It’s unclear how many people were in the vehicles, nor if there were survivors of the crash.
Two tow trucks from Glenn Rudolph’s Auto Body and TNT Towing were sent to remove the damaged vehicles for evidence.
Police are heading up an investigation into the crash to determine liability.
Kerman Crash Investigation
The cause of a collision involving a fatality may not be immediately know, but after police gather evidence and speak with any witnesses they should be able to piece the sequence of events that led up to the accident. As part of their inquiry, investigators will look into whether drugs or alcohol were factors or if any violations of traffic laws were made. Anyone who is injured in a collision or the family of a victim who has died, may have grounds to pursue a lawsuit or obtain a settlement to compensate them for financial losses. While this can be complicated, a qualified and experienced personal injury attorney can explain the process and guide a person through the legal process. Johnson Attorneys Group can be reached at 800-235-6801. Our lawyers offer a free consultation and there is no pressure to hire our firm.
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