Injuries Reported in Los Angeles Accident on 101 Freeway near Sunset Boulevard
LOS ANGELES, CA [July 17, 2022) – Saturday morning, two people sustained injuries in a crash on 101 Freeway near Sunset Boulevard.
According to Los Angeles Fire Department officer Brian Humphrey, the incident happened at around 10:10 a.m. Moreover, it occurred on the northbound 101 Freeway at Sunset Boulevard.
Reports revealed that a sedan struck two light poles and rolled over for still unknown reasons.
Moreover, firefighters rushed to the scene and extricated two people trapped inside the vehicle. Then, paramedics transported the two to a trauma center with serious injuries.
Meanwhile, authorities asked everyone to avoid the area and to find alternate routes.
How To Proceed From Los Angeles Crash
Driving is essential for many to move about in their lives. Moreover, it is one of the most dangerous daily maneuvers. Thus, it is therefore important to know how to proceed in case you find yourself involved in a traffic collision.
On the AAA Foundation Website, chief executive officer Peter Kissinger repeatedly labeled the epidemic of motor vehicle-related accidents a “public health crisis.”
Mark Sweet, a personal injury attorney at Sweet Lawyers, says that serious auto accident cases may call for a separate investigation. Moreover, an experienced lawyer fighting on behalf of the injured party must spearhead this investigation. Furthermore, a lawyer will make sure victims are not cheated of the proper compensation they are owed.
If you or a loved one suffered serious injuries in a crash, reach out to the attorneys at Sweet Lawyers. Above all, we understand what you are going through, and our team is here to ensure your legal rights are safeguarded. Moreover, with over 40 decades in the field, we have the experience and the tools to win your case. Call us today at (800) 674 7852 for a free, no-obligation consultation. Furthermore, for your convenience, you can also reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by email, online chat, and text message.