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05 May 2016 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

Pedestrian Killed in Sacramento on Roseville Road

roseville road fatal pedestrian accident SacramentoSACRAMENTO (May 5, 2016)- A deadly collision involving a vehicle and a pedestrian took place Thursday morning on Roseville Road, per the Sacramento Bee.

The incident took place at around 6:00 a.m. when a northbound vehicle struck an unidentified pedestrian.

Police officials confirmed the victim to be deceased at the scene upon their arrival and said the involved driver remained at the scene and was open to questions.

At this time, liability remains unclear as authorities are investigating whether or not the pedestrian was inside a crosswalk.

Roseville Road remained completely shut down between Connie Drive and Longview Road for several hours, per the Sacramento Bee.

Most deadly accidents are preventable tragedies. If a negligent party has disregarded the safety of others has led to the death of a family member or close friend, it is likely you may have the right to a wrongful death lawsuit. If you have recently lost a loved one and you believe another person is at fault, we urge you to contact Johnson Attorneys Group today to speak with one of our experienced Sacramento wrongful death lawyers at 800-235-6801.

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