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3 People Injured in Crash on Clinton Avenue [Fresno, CA]

3 People Injured in Crash on Clinton Avenue [Fresno, CA]

3 People Injured in Crash on Clinton Avenue [Fresno, CA]

3-Car Crash on Clinton Avenue Injured 3 People

 
Fresno, CA (July 5, 2020) – On Saturday, 3 people were injured in a 3 car crash on Clinton Avenue.
 
A Cadillac was moving eastbound on the No.2 lane of Clinton Avenue about 2:30 p.m. when its driver ran a red light. It then struck the side of a Ford Fusion that was traveling northbound in the No. 1 lane on Maple Avenue.
 
The impact made the Ford spin and crash with a black truck on Maple Avenue.
 
Rescuers rushed the Ford driver to a hospital with serious injuries, while the people riding the black truck were also sent to a hospital with moderate injuries.
 
The accident is under further investigation.
 
Always keep the right speed whenever driving. Also, avoid possible distractions that could cause tragic accidents.


What to Do If Injured in a Crash

 
Thousands of people across California suffer road accident injuries every year. Therefore, it is crucial to know how to proceed in case you find yourself injured after an accident. The most valuable step you can take is to hire a personal injury attorney. Personal injury attorneys prioritize your recovery while securing your future from further losses a severe accident can bring.
 
Sweet Lawyers offer legal representation from experienced attorneys. “A common misconception is that personal injury lawyers don’t care. That is simply not true. Injury lawyers care about and want justice for their clients. We are driven by the desire to make our clients whole again,” says Steve Baric of Sweet Lawyers, an experienced attorney.
 
Turn to us at Sweet Lawyers. Our firm will handle every aspect of your case so that you can focus on your recovery. Call our offices now at (800) 674 7852 and let us spearhead your case. You can also reach us by email and talk through our live online chat.