Crash at Fry’s Electronics Store Parking Lot Injures 1 Person
San Marcos, CA (June 30, 2020) – On Sunday evening, a motorcyclist sustained severe injuries in a parking lot crash at Fry’s Electronics Store.
The crash occurred after 6:15 p.m. in the parking lot of the Fry’s Electronics store on South Bent Avenue, between Grand Avenue and West San Marcos Boulevard.
Moreover, preliminary investigation indicated that the 23-year-old motorcyclist was traveling northbound in the parking lot. Suddenly, the rider crashed into the driver’s side of a two-door Acura sedan.
The motorcyclist was ejected from his motorcycle.
A rescue team rushed the victim to a hospital for treatment of severe, but non-fatal injuries.
Meanwhile, the person riding the Acura appeared to be uninjured.
Alcohol is not a factor in this accident.
As always, wearing helmets and proper riding gear whenever riding a motorcycle saves lives and prevents motorcyclists from severe injuries during road accidents.
How to Deal With Crash Injuries
Thousands of people across California suffer injuries in traffic accidents every year. It is crucial that everyone remain calm in order to properly handle the immediate aftermath of an automobile collision.
The following is how to proceed in the event of an accident:
Before anything else, seek medical attention if you have been hurt.
Then, get to a safe place to prevent further damage or injury.
Also, collect as much information as possible: insurance and contact information of people involved in the accident, and pictures/videos of vehicles involved. Do not forget to include documentation of fault, and whatever else that can be used for evidence.
Additionally, file a police report or incident report by calling 911.
And lastly, hire an experienced personal injury attorney from Sweet Lawyers.
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