Beaumont Man Dies in Pedestrian Accident on Highland Springs Avenue
BEAUMONT, CA (May 13, 2021) – Tuesday afternoon, Eric Olson died in a pedestrian crash on Highland Springs Avenue.
The crash involved a tractor-trailer and 60-year-old Beaumont pedestrian Eric Olson. According to the coroner, the pedestrian crash happened at 3:01 p.m. in the 500 block of N. Highland Springs Avenue.
The investigation confirmed that Olson may have been trying to die.
“Initial witness statements and other evidence gathered by officers indicate the subject may have intentionally thrown himself in front of the passing truck,” the police department said.
The crash didn’t lead to any other injury. Meanwhile, the authorities haven’t announced any arrests as well.
On the other hand, the fatal crash led to the shutdown of Highland Springs Avenue for multiple hours.
Due to the limited information available, the crash remains under active investigation. Meanwhile, the authorities urged anyone with information about the crash to call the Beaumont Police Department’s on-duty watch commander at 951-769-8500.
Our deepest sympathies are extended to the family and friends of Eric Olson.
What To Do after Fatal Beaumont Crash
Roadways continue to clear and taking walks outside rises in popularity. Thus, more pedestrians are becoming vulnerable to accidents.
Pedestrian accidents are incidents in which someone walking or crossing a road is struck.
“Pedestrian accidents do not occur as much as motor vehicle accidents, but the pedestrian accidents tend to include more serious injuries,” says Tyler Toomey, of Sweet Lawyers.
Furthermore, common locations for these accidents include intersections and street corners.
If you have lost a family member in a Beaumont accident, reach out to our team of seasoned and wrongful death lawyers. During this time, there are many questions and legal decisions that need to be made. Furthermore, our litigators at the Sweet Lawyers understand your situation. Indeed, we can help provide you with unmatched legal representation. Furthermore, our goal is to help the families of victims acquire justice and the maximum settlement. For more details, call our hotline today at (800) 674 7852.