San Diego, CA – Deadly Accident Takes Life of Passenger on 94 Freeway
San Diego, CA (August 29, 2018) – A deadly accident took place in San Diego on the 94 Freeway that took the life of one passenger. She has been identified as 53-year-old Grace Villar.
The accident, according to police, took place on the 94 Freeway on Saturday. It happened around 10:30 a.m. just east of 25th Street.
The California Highway Patrol investigated and said that a San Diego Humane Society truck was parked in the center divider. Two officers were trying to capture a dog that was in the median of the roadway. The dog ran into the traffic lanes, which caused the driver of a Toyota Camry to slam on the brakes. A pickup truck then veered to the center divider so that they could miss the vehicle. From there, a Yukon with a small trailer didn’t stop in time and ran into the back of the Dodge Ram. This caused the pickup truck to hit the Camry.
The Camry slammed into the back of the Humane Society truck. All three occupants in the Camry were taken to the Scripps Mercy Hospital for injury treatment. However, while there, Villar was pronounced dead due to her severe injuries. At this time, we do not know the conditions of the other occupants.
The accident remains under investigation at this time.
San Diego Multi-Vehicle Collision
We offer our sincere condolences to those who have been injured and to the family of Grace Villar during this difficult time. Multi-vehicle collisions happen for a variety of reasons on our roadways, many of which will end in serious injuries to multiple parties involved. When rear-end accidents occur, one of the questions that comes into play is: Should the vehicle in the back have been paying attention to what was happening in front of them?
With a legal advocate on your side, you will be able to determine who is responsible for your accident and who might owe you compensation on a variety of levels. At the Los Angeles Injury Group, we want to help you obtain the compensation you deserve to cover your damages after losing a loved one or sustaining serious injuries.
Call us today for your free legal consultation so we can get started on your case at 310-954-7248.