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08 April 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

LAKE ISABELLA: Head-on Car Accident Near Paradise Cove

Police Close SR-178 for Head-on Car Accident

LAKE ISABELLA, California (April 8, 2014) – Police and paramedics responded to a head-on car accident Tuesday afternoon between two drivers on the State Route 178 Highway near Paradise Cove, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.

About 1:30 p.m., CHP officers say someone was pinned inside their vehicle and unconscious following the crash and required rescuing by emergency workers. Paramedics responded to transport those who were injured in the car accident just northeast of Bakersfield, California.

Police closed down eastbound traffic on the 178 at Yankee Canyon and Mobile drives.

“Hopefully those involved in this crash fully recover from injuries sustained in this terrible crash,” said Attorney James Johnson, a California personal injury attorney. “Police will investigate the cause of the accident in an effort to determine liability.”

Find out more about pursing a legal claim after a car accident in Lake Isabella by contacting Johnson Attorneys Group at at (800) 216-3668.

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