3-Year-Old Boy Seriously Injured in Truck Collision on Highway 101 [Salinas, CA]


3-Year-Old Boy Seriously Injured in Truck Collision on Highway 101 [Salinas, CA]
3-Year-Old Boy Seriously Injured in Truck Collision on Highway 101 [Salinas, CA] 3-Year-Old Boy Seriously Injured in Truck Collision on Highway 101 [Salinas, CA]

Toddler Ejected from Vehicle after Crash with Cargo Truck near Spence Road

 
SALINAS, CA (August 15, 2018) – A little boy was hospitalized Wednesday afternoon, following a truck collision on Highway 101.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the incident took place at about 12:30 PM near Spence Road. A red Ford F-150 was attempting to turn onto the highway when it was struck by a northbound orange cargo truck.
 
The impact ejected a 2-year-old boy from the pickup truck and into the southbound lanes. He was airlifted to Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose with major injuries. As per updates, the boy is in stable condition and is expected to recover. No other injuries were reported in the collision.
 
An investigation is ongoing to determine the cause of the crash, and authorities do not suspect impairment as a factor. It was also noted that the child was in a booster seat but was not properly secured. Additional details were not provided to the public at this time.
 
When driving on the highway, it is important to remain alert and aware at all times. One small driving mistake can lead to disastrous results. By paying attention to your surroundings and following the rules of the road, dangerous accidents can be prevented.


If your child has been seriously injured in an accident, reach out to the experienced lawyers at Sweet Law Group. We have over 40 years of experience in the legal field, and we will fight to achieve the justice and compensation that you and your family deserve. Our attorneys and professional legal team have dealt with cases including car accidents, wrongful death, personal injury, and disability. Call our offices at (800) 203-3061 for a free consultation with a professional in your area. For your convenience, we can also be contacted by email, online chat, and text message.
 

 

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