Two Injured After Two-Vehicle Crash in Pomona - Adamson Ahdoot LLP

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Two Injured After Two-Vehicle Crash in Pomona

December 1, 2020 Alan Ahdoot Accidents, California, Los Angeles

A two-vehicle crash in Pomona on Monday, November 9th left two people injured. Los Angeles County Fire Department and Pomona Police Department were the first responders at the scene. The incident happened between Mission Boulevard and East End Avenue. Two people were found injured at the scene, with broken bones. They were brought to Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center for treatment. Both individuals, whose identity was not disclosed, were occupying the same vehicle at the time of the crash. It is unknown whether the other vehicle’s occupants were also injured. Authorities are still looking into what may have caused the crash to transpire.

What Should You Do First After You Were Involved In A Car Crash?

If you were involved in a car crash and were injured, you need to let the emergency team assess whether or not you need to go to the hospital for further treatment. If you were uninjured, and authorities were called to the scene, cooperate with them at the scene before proceeding anywhere. If no authorities were called to the scene, you need to make sure that the driver who is responsible will not flee the scene of the accident. You can seek the help of passersby for this as well. Your next action, regardless of which circumstances you are facing, should be to consult a lawyer. We are available 24/7 on call at (800) 310-1606 for a consultation on your car accident case, should you be needing us.

Source: My News LA

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