Woman Killed, Husband and Child Hurt in Rollover Crash at Jamboree and Walnut
IRVINE, Calif. (Sept. 24, 2018) – Vaishali Bohara, 33, has died and her husband and child injured in a rollover crash Sunday afternoon at Walnut Avenue and Jamboree Road, according to the Orange County Fire Authority.
The crash took place about 5:15 p.m. between the Mercedes Benz SUV the family was riding in and a second vehicle.
Bohara was transferred by paramedics to a trauma center in extremely critical condition. She later died of her injuries at the hospital, police said.
Bohara’s husband and their child, were both hospitalized for treatment of moderate injuries suffered in the collision. A woman and two children who were in the second vehicle were not harmed.
Witnesses may contact the Irvine Police’s Major Accident Investigation Team at (949) 724-7000.
Orange County Wrongful Death Lawyer
Police provided very few details about this collision so there are still many unanswered questions about what led to this accident. We do not know whether or not driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs was a contributing factor. It’s also unknown whether speed or distracted driving played a role. Police will go over the evidence to determine if there was negligence by either motorist to determine fault.
Upon completion of the investigation, the family members of the woman who died may have the right to a wrongful death claim. Surviving family of victims killed in car accidents would potentially be entitled to seek compensation for funeral costs, and loss of love and companionship.
If you would like to speak with our experienced Orange County wrongful death attorneys, call to request a free consultation at 855-703-4186.
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