Walnut Grove, CA – Two People Injured in Highway 160 Crash
Walnut Grove, CA (September 24, 2018) – Two people received serious injuries following a Highway 160 crash on Sunday morning, September 23. The California Highway Patrol investigated.
The accident took place yesterday in the morning at 7:09 a.m. The accident took place at Highway 160 and Highway 12 north of the Antioch Bridge.
Police stated that, when they arrived at the scene, they found that a white Honda and a black vehicle collided head-on. One person received chest and back pains and lost consciousness after the crash. The other victim also received undisclosed injuries. They were both taken to the hospital for treatment.
One of the vehicles was extremely damaged and could not move out of the lanes so tow trucks had to come to the scene.
Walnut Grove Head-on Collision
Head-on collisions, especially at fast speeds, are known to be some of the most dangerous accidents on our roads, causing some of the worst injuries imaginable. They can even lead to fatal results at times. We extend our condolences to the parties involved who sustained injuries in this horrific accident.
Head-on collisions are not as common as other types of accidents, but they still continue to happen on California roadways. They might happen when somebody is driving distracted or when a driver is unfamiliar with the roadway and goes down the wrong street. No matter how your head-on collision occurred, there is always a likelihood that serious injuries will result.
If you can show that the other party involved in the accident acted in a negligent fashion, you might have a claim. Following one of these accidents, many people wonder how they can move forward to receive the compensation they deserve. Luckily, we are here for you in your time of need at the Los Angeles Injury Group, as we believe that nobody should have to handle their claim alone after they have received serious injuries in an accident.
Call us today to find out more on how we can assist you with your case at 310-954-7248.