Pedestrian Dies in Train Accident on East 16th Street [Merced, CA]

Pedestrian Dies in Train Accident on East 16th Street [Merced, CA]
Pedestrian Dies in Train Accident on East 16th Street [Merced, CA]

Man Dies in Train Accident in Merced

Merced, CA (September 22, 2020) – On Saturday, September 19, a pedestrian died in a train accident on East 16th Street near Highway 99 Overpass.

Merced Police Officer  Lt. Joe Weiss says that the Union Pacific train hit a pedestrian in his 40s at about 12:50 p.m.

Moreover, the local police immediately secure the scene until the Union Pacific police, who will be conducting the investigation.

Ultimately, Lt. Weiss confirms that the pedestrian died at the scene of the crash.


Sweet Lawyers expresses our deepest sympathies and condolence to the bereaved family of the deceased. Our hearts are with you during these painful moments.


Dealing With Deadly Train Accident

Mark Sweet, award-winning wrongful death attorneys said, “The most valuable step a family can take in response to a serious accident is hiring an attorney. A wrongful death case can help your family find closure while securing your future from further losses.”

The last thing most families want to deal with is piles of paperwork, questions from insurance companies or defense attorneys, and attempting to obtain police reports.

“Our firm works tirelessly to ensure that the people we work for are granted the highest restitution possible,” says Mark.

As a modern law firm with over 40 years of practice, Sweet Lawyers know precisely how to navigate the legal system. We’ve assisted many families in their legal battle. Moreover, if you believe you might have a train accident case and would like to pursue it with an aggressive, yet compassionate legal professional on your side, call (800) 674 7852. Together, we’ll ensure that your case proves the other party’s negligence, thus, granting you a maximum settlement.

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