Several Injured After Ambulance Accident at Euclid Avenue and Lyon Street
LOCATION: Oak Park
DATE OF COLLISION: Friday, September 14th
September 16, 2018 – A traffic collision involving an ambulance occurred in the area of Euclid Avenue and Lyon Street, according to San Diego Union-Tribune.
The accident happened on September 14, Friday, around 5:45 p.m.
As per the article, an ambulance was attempting to make a U-turn at the intersection when it crashed into a Honda Accord. Officials said the lights and sirens of the ambulance were activated at that time, and the Accord apparently did not stop to give way.
Injury Auto Accident Friday in Oak Park
Officials said two paramedics, and the occupants of the Honda Accord complained of pain following the incident. All the victims were reportedly taken to a hospital for evaluation. At this time, the names of the parties involved, and their conditions remained unclear.
The investigators handling the case continue to work to determine exactly what happened here and why.
Ventura County Personal Injury Lawyer
Based on this news report, there are still many unanswered questions in this accident. Was driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs a contributing factor? Did excessive speed or distracted driving play a role? Was a motorist involved negligent in any other way? We trust officials are looking into these and other factors in order to determine precisely what occurred here and why.
Pending results of the investigation, the victim may have the right to a personal injury claim. Victims in similar cases are entitled to seek compensation for damages including hospital bills, future medical expenses, and pain and suffering.
If you, or your loved one, have been involved in an auto collision and you are seeking answers, contact our experienced Ventura County personal injury lawyers as we are here to provide you with the advice and the guidance that you may need following a sudden traumatic accident. Call Johnson Attorneys Group today at 855-703-4186 for a free case consultation.