2 Passengers Badly Hurt in Victorville Crash
VICTORVILLE (August 6, 2017) – A traffic collision at the intersection of Green Tree Boulevard and 3rd Avenue left two people badly injured Sunday afternoon, according to Victor Valley News.
The accident involving two vehicles took place around 1:12 p.m.
Victorville Car Accident
As per the article, the sheriff’s department said a red Dodge Caliber was going east on Green Tree Boulevard when it allegedly failed to yield for the red light and struck a white Toyota Scion which was headed south through the intersection.
A total of two people, one passenger from each car, were taken to different hospitals with injuries described as moderate. Their names and condition at this time were not available.
Authorities are gathering more information and evidence to determine the cause of the wreck.
It is necessary that motorists practice precautionary measures and follow traffic regulations while traversing the road. In this case, the driver who failed to yield for the red light may be held responsible for causing the collision. Since the investigation is still ongoing, other factors such as driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, excessive speed or distracted driving can also be deemed to have played a role in the injury accident.
The Johnson Attorneys Group has been trusted by thousands of people who have been involved in auto accidents throughout Southern California and successfully settled cases of car accidents caused by negligent parties. If you, or your loved one, have been injured in an traffic incident, do not hesitate and call us today at 800-235-6801. Speak with our experienced San Bernardino County personal injury lawyer for a free case consultation.
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