Driver Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Interstate 5

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Driver Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Interstate 5

September 16, 2020 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, California, Car, DUI, Los Angeles, Uncategorized

On Wednesday, September 16th, 2020, a single-vehicle accident occurred on Interstate 5. The incident was reported to have happened near Valencia Boulevard. Los Angeles County Fire Department and California Highway Patrol were the authorities at the scene. Based on eyewitness accounts, they determined that the accident took place around 6:30 a.m. A car was overturned after the driver lost control and veered off-road into a nearby shrub. The unknown driver of the vehicle sustained some injuries. They were sent to the nearest hospital for further medical treatment. The authorities are still investigating the exact cause of this incident.

Are Single-Vehicle Accidents Entirely the Fault of the Driver?

Single-vehicle crashes significantly outnumber multiple-vehicle crashes in California. However, the reasons for these accidents can vary. Sometimes they are attributable to driver’s negligence, such as cell phone use, DUI, and reckless driving. Other times, external factors can cause the accident, such as road conditions and improperly managed public property. Investigation to the case would determine the cause of the incident, but if you feel that the circumstances of your single-vehicle accident are not due to your actions, you can contact us to get a look at your case. We provide a free consultation, available 24/7, which you can claim by calling (866) 698-2306.

Source: The Signal SCV

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