Kern County, CA: Teen Killed in Fatal Bakersfield Rollover Crash
Kern County, California (March 15, 2018): The Bakersfield Police Department is conducting an ongoing investigation into a fatal single-vehicle rollover accident on Morning Drive in Bakersfield, CA, Tuesday afternoon, March 13, 2018. Officials confirm that one person was killed and two others were injured, but the identity of the victims has not been revealed and only limited information has been made available while the investigation remains open.
The accident occurred on the 3300 block of Morning Drive, but investigators have yet to determine what precipitated the rollover. The deceased victim, a 17-year-old passenger, reportedly sustained fatal injuries after being thrown from the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle, also a juvenile, and another passenger, were found at the scene with injuries ranging from minor to moderate in severity. They were both transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. No additional details have been provided at this time.
The Los Angeles Injury Group would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family, friends, and loved ones of the deceased and offer our prayers for the full and complete recovery of the injured victims. Motor vehicle crashes have long been a leading cause of death and injury in the United States, and the burdens imposed on survivors and victims can be substantial and overwhelming. It is important for all motorists to know the rights and remedies afforded to them under the laws of their state.
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