Injuries Reported in Fresno Pedestrian Accident on Highway 41 near Tulare Street
FRESNO, CA (March 23, 2021) – Monday morning, three people suffered injuries in a crash on Highway 41 near Tulare Street.
The incident occurred just before 7:00 a.m. on the northbound lanes of Highway 41 near Tulare Street.
According to the CHP, a Toyota pickup truck hit a man walking on the highway lanes. Afterward, an oncoming Nissan pickup truck then crashed with the Toyota’s back.
Thus, responders transported the male pedestrian in his 40s to Community Regional Medical Center. He suffered major injuries and is now in critical condition.
Meanwhile, responders took the two drivers with minor to moderate injuries to the hospital.
Moreover, the incident led to the closure of two of the northbound lanes of Highway 41. However, officers expected the lanes to reopen shortly.
The authorities advised motorists about the traffic in the area.
Maximizing Safety on the Road
There are plenty of ways to maximize your safety on the road. Some noteworthy tips include keeping a steady and safe speed when traveling, leaving enough road space behind the driver in front of you, and paying attention to your surrounding.
“The most valuable step you can take in response to a vehicle crash is hiring a personal injury attorney,” says Mark Sweet of Sweet Lawyers.
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