Man Injured in Pedestrian Crash on State Route 125 [Spring Valley, CA]


Man Injured in Pedestrian Crash on State Route 125  [Spring Valley, CA]
Man Injured in Pedestrian Crash on State Route 125  [Spring Valley, CA] Man Injured in Pedestrian Crash on State Route 125 [Spring Valley, CA]

Driver Struck and Injured in Collision near Jamacha Road

 
SPRING VALLEY, CA (August 7, 2018) – One man was injured in a pedestrian crash on State Route 125, early Tuesday morning. The victim’s name and place of residence was not immediately disclosed.
 
The man, identified by the California Highway Patrol as a tow truck driver, was struck by a 2001 Chrysler Sebring while loading a disabled motorist’s vehicle onto his truck. According to reports, the collision occurred before 3:15 AM at SR 125 and the Jamacha Road off-ramp.
 
The driver, a 54-year-old man, remained at the scene and cooperated with officials during their investigation. Initial reports stated that the victim was standing next to the left side of the truck when the Chrysler turned slightly to the right and struck him and his tow truck.
 
The unidentified victim was transported to the Scripps Memorial Hospital for treatment of major injuries. There is no update on his current medical condition. No other injuries were reported in the incident. No additional information has been released to the public, as the investigation continues.
 
When behind the wheel, always pay attention to your surroundings and look out for other motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians. By driving safely and abiding by all driving laws, dangerous accidents can be prevented on the road.


If you have been involved in a pedestrian crash, seek professionL legal help from the experienced personal injury lawyers at Sweet Law Group. For over 40 years now, our main focus has always been to provide the best legal service to victims of accidents and their families. Our attorneys are experienced in dealing with major cases from wrongful deaths to personal injuries and car accidents. Call our offices at (800) 203-3061 for a free consultation with a professional in your area. We can also be contacted through email, online chat, and text message.
 

 

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