San Francisco, CA – One Person Loses Life in Pedestrian Accident
San Francisco, CA (November 8, 2018) – Police are reporting that a grandmother lost their life in a North Beach pedestrian accident in San Francisco Monday afternoon, November 5 around 12:37 p.m.
The accident took place near Powell and Vallejo streets near the north end of San Francisco’s Chinatown. Police had to close down the roadway so that they could investigate how the accident occurred.
By the time first responders arrived at the scene, they found that the woman was already gone. Police are still taking a closer look at the scene at this point.
If you have lost a loved one in a serious pedestrian accident on a California roadway, we would like to extend our sincere condolences to you. We understand just how difficult these accident cases can be for an entire family.
Pedestrian Accident in California
Police continue to investigate at this time and will determine who is at fault for this serious accident. Unfortunately, pedestrian accidents happen every day on our roads in California, taking lives and causing serious injuries. In California, about 352 pedestrian deaths happened between January-June 2017 alone. This was one of the highest rates in the country.
If a loved one has lost their life in a pedestrian accident, you and your loved ones might be able to receive compensation during this difficult time. You need the guidance of an experienced attorney to help you through one of the most desperate times of your life. Call a team you can rely on at the Los Angeles Injury Group, where your claim matters. Call us for more information at 310-954-7248.
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