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One Child Injured in Saugus Two-Vehicle Crash

January 23, 2021 Alan Ahdoot

A two-vehicle crash reportedly took place in Saugus on Tuesday, January 19th. Los Angeles County Fire Department was the first responder at the scene. The incident happened at about 7:00 p.m., between Plum Canyon Road and Rodgers Drive.

Though it is unknown how the crash transpired, both vehicles were found at the scene already on their roofs. Luckily, no one was trapped inside either vehicle. One of the vehicles involved crashed into a nearby power transformer and caused mild damage. This may cause a blackout situation in the surrounding areas served by the power outlet.

One child was sent to the hospital, although it is unknown how bad their injuries were. Authorities are still investigating the circumstances of the crash.

Can You File A Personal Injury Claim for Your Child After A Car Collision?

If your child was injured in a crash, the first thing that may not pass your mind is filing a claim against the party responsible for causing the accident to happen in the first place. Well, it definitely shouldn’t be if you have other things to settle first, like making sure that your child’s injuries are being well-treated. However, when things have calmed down, we implore you to consider this option, especially since not all car drivers who cause injuries to their victims face charges for their action. If you’d like our assistance in starting a personal injury claim on behalf of your injured child, call us today at (800) 310-1606 to get a free consultation, available 24/7.

Source: Hometown Station

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