Ashley Sanchez Fatally Hit by Train in Central Fresno
Fresno, CA (May 27, 2020)– A train accident was reported Friday on Fruit and Ashlan Avenues that left Ashley Sanchez dead.
Police officers responded to the scene on May 22 on Fruit and Ashlan Avenues around 11:30 p.m. On the scene, the responding officials found the body of a 19-year-old woman, Ashley Sanchez.
Based on the investigation, the conductor said that things seemed so sudden. The train did not have enough time and was unable to stop before hitting Ashley Sanchez.
Due to the lack of details, it is still unknown why Sanchez was near the tracks. The investigation is still on-going.
Furthermore, the surrounding area on Fruit and Ashlan Avenues have since reopened.
We at Sweet Lawyers offer our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Ashley Sanchez. Our deepest thoughts are with them during this difficult time.
Pending Investigation of Fatal Train Accident on Fruit and Ashlan Avenues
In the case of Ashley Sanchez, it is crucial that the family of the victim become aware of their rights under the law. This means that there may be a right to file a lawsuit against the person, or person’s company responsible for the loss of their loved one. Those closest to the victim may have the right to seek compensation for their loss; some common examples include funeral expenses, medical bills, and what is called “loss of consortium.” Loss of consortium generally means the deprivation of future affection and companionship over an untimely death.
If a loved one died or sustained injuries in a pedestrian accident involving a train, reach out to the wrongful death lawyers at Sweet Lawyers. We understand what you and your family are going through. Our team is here to help. With over 40 years of experience in the legal field, we know what it takes to win your case. Call our offices today at (800) 203-3061 for a free consultation in an office near your location. For your convenience, we are also available through email, text message, and online chat 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.