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26 June 2014 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

SAN BERNARDINO ACCIDENT: Pedestrian Injured at Orange Street and Cedar Avenue

Pedestrian accident
Pedestrian accident

SAN BERNARDINO, California (June 26, 2014) —   A pedestrian was hit Thursday afternoon by two drivers at the intersection of Orange Street and Cedar Avenue, according to a dispatch by the California Highway Patrol.

A silver Honda and a black SUV were involved in the San Bernardino pedestrian accident. Paramedics responded to the crash with an ambulance to assist the injured pedestrian,  but there were no further details.

Pepe’s Tow responded to remove one of the vehicles.

Police are looking into the circumstances to determine who is liable for this accident.

“It’s very important that those injured seek immediate medical attention after a pedestrian accident to ensure a full recovery,” said Attorney James Johnson. “Additionally, to ensure your rights are protected after a collision it’s advisable to hire an experienced personal injury attorney.”

If you need legal assistance or would like to know more about how to file a claim after an accident, contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801 for a free, no obligation consultation.

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