People Injured in Chula Vista Crash
Chula Vista, CA (September 03, 2021)– On Wednesday, people suffered injuries, while officers arrested a driver in a Broadway DUI crash.
The accident took place at about 8:20 p.m. at the intersection with G Street.
Officers said two cars crashed and one of the cars slammed into The Manhattan, a bar and cocktail lounge.
Unfortunately, two patrons of the bar suffered minor injuries.
Witnesses said the driver got out of her car after colliding into the bar and argued with bystanders.
When officers arrived, they detained her. Paramedics took her to a hospital as a precaution, though she did not appear to be injured. The hospital later released her and officers booked her into jail.
Moreover, responders treated the injured bar patrons at the scene. Similarly, the driver of the second vehicle sustained minor injuries. Meanwhile, please call Chula Vista police at (619) 691-5151 if you have further details about the Broadway DUI Crash.
Coping With Broadway DUI Crash
For those involved in the Broadway DUI crash, it is important to have an independent investigation held to better protect your rights. Thus, hiring the right firm, which has the resources to spend, can make all the difference in getting the compensation you deserve.
“We can secure evidence in your favor and request additional information. We will get vital eyewitness accounts, and review insurance coverage you are entitled to that may not be common knowledge. Having an experienced attorney fighting on your behalf at such a delicate time in your life will make all the difference,” says Mark Sweet of Sweet Lawyers.
Sweet Lawyershave been pursuing justice for over 40 years, fighting and advocating for families continuously. Moreover, our team will guide you every step of the way to ensure that you and your loved ones receive the justice and compensation that you deserve.
With us, you can be sure that we will take care of your auto accident. Thus, call our office today at (800) 674-7852 for a free consultation with a legal professional.