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Two Drivers Injured in Car Crash on Bakersfield

September 1, 2020 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, Bakersfield, California, Central Valley, Uncategorized

On Wednesday, August 26th, at 2.40 p.m., CHP reported that a car accident occurred on Norris Road, Bakersfield, California. A Mini Cooper crashed onto a Nissan pickup truck while making a left turn towards California street. 

Both unidentified drivers were injured and brought to the hospital for further examinations. It was known that the Mini Cooper driver possibly suffered from a fractured arm, though no further information was received regarding the extent of the truck driver’s injuries except for the pain complaints.

Due to this accident, Norris Road’s eastbound lanes will be closed until the investigation by authorities is completed. 

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According to NHTSA, more than six million car accidents happen every year in the United States. Two million people suffer some form of injuries and at least 30,000 people die from these accidents. 

In 2018, California had the second-highest traffic fatality rate in the United States. Though you cannot predict when a car accident would occur, using the right attorney would help you and your loved ones to represent your best interest for any ensuing legal entanglements. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, contact us today to speak directly with one of our experienced car accident lawyers. We are available 24/7 for a free consultation where we can discuss the details of your case by calling (713) 987-7111

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