Woman, 23, Critically Injured in Nov. 3 Pedestrian Accident
SOUTHEAST ANTELOPE VALLEY, Calif. (Nov. 3, 2017) — A 23-year-old woman was struck by an occupied school bus early Friday morning at Pearblossom Highway and 123rd Street East, according to KTLA News 5.
The bus driver was reportedly turning a corner when the impact occurred and the woman rolled underneath the bus. The pedestrian accident was reported about 6:09 a.m. this morning in this unincorporated community, Southeast Antelope Valley.
Paramedics were unable to airlift the critically injured woman to a local hospital, but they rushed her there by ground ambulance. There were 11 students aboard the school bus, but it doesn’t appear any of them were badly hurt.
Those of us at Johnson Attorneys Group offer our prayers to this woman in hopes of a full recovery.
If a negligent person, driver or entity has hurt you or a loved one, it’s important that immediate steps are taken to protect your legal rights. School bus drivers work for the school district and should be properly trained before getting behind the wheel. They must also be completely undistracted by cell phones. If a negligent driver has caused your or a loved one injuries, it’s important that your best interests are protected. The insurance companies will do everything in their power to minimize your injuries, blame innocent people and reduce the amount of compensation owed to you. Johnson Attorneys Group has been helping clients in the Antelope Valley community recover financial losses for more than a decade. Contact us for a FREE CONSULTATION at 800-235-6801.
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