Herminia Morales Dead in Bakersfield Pedestrian Accident
BAKERSFIELD, CA (January 14, 2021) – Tuesday night, Herminia Arreola Morales, 58, died in a pedestrian crash on Panama Lane and Betty Street.
The fatal pedestrian crash happened just before 7:00 p.m. on Panama Lane and Betty Street.
According to police reports, the woman was trying to cross the road.
However, a silver or white Mercedes sedan struck her. Afterward, a red Chevy Silverado also hit her.
As a result, the woman succumbed to her injuries. Meanwhile, the authorities are urging anyone with information about the crash to contact the Bakersfield Police Department at 661-327-7111.
At this time, the authorities continue to investigate the pedestrian crash on Panama Lane and Betty Street. Once additional details become available, the public will be notified.
Herminia’s family set up a GoFundMe to raise money for her memorial expenses. In it, they say she is survived by her husband of 30 years, four children and five grandchildren. Please consider donating if you have the means.
Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Herminia Arreola Morales. We at Sweet Lawyers wish them strength and comfort during this difficult time.
Steps to Take after a Fatal Accident
Pedestrian accidents are incidents in which someone walking or crossing a road is injured by a vehicle striking them.
“Pedestrian accidents do not occur as much as motor vehicle accidents, but pedestrian accidents tend to include more serious injuries,” reminds Tyler Toomey, a practicing attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
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