Fatal Single-Vehicle Accident on 110 Freeway Killed 13-Year-Old Boy

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Fatal Single-Vehicle Accident on 110 Freeway Killed 13-Year-Old Boy

October 5, 2020 Alan Ahdoot

A fatal car accident was reported to have taken place on 110 Freeway near Washington Boulevard. California Highway Patrol was the first responder at the scene. They received information that a single-vehicle crash occurred just past 7:30 p.m. The vehicle was identified as a 2002 Land Rover Discovery. The Land Rover suddenly veered off-road and crashed with the divider wall and was overturned as a result. The vehicle was driven by a 19-year-old man and was carrying two passengers: his girlfriend, aged 18, and the younger brother of the driver, aged 13. The younger brother died from injuries sustained from the accident after the SUV was overturned. The driver and the girlfriend also suffered from some minor injuries.

Can A Family Member File A Personal Injury Claim Against Another?

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Source: Pasadena Now

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