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Teen Severely Injured in Bicycle Accident on Paulson Avenue [Merced, CA]

Teen Severely Injured in Bicycle Accident on Paulson Avenue [Merced, CA]

Bicycle Accident in Merced Leaves Boy Critically Injured

 
MERCED, CA (September 20, 2019) – A teenager was severely injured in a bicycle accident on Paulson Avenue Thursday morning.
 
Authorities reported the crash at about 8:30 AM in the intersection of Paulson Avenue and Yosemite Avenue. Medics arrived near Cruickshank Middle School.
 
Officials stated that a vehicle was making a right turn on a green light when she struck the victim while riding his bicycle. The boy was on his way to school. Per reports, he was not wearing a helmet.
 
In addition, the driver cooperated with police and stated told she did not see the teen in the crosswalk. Due to the collision, the victim sustained serious head injuries. As a result, he was flown to Valley Children’s Hospital. However, there has been no update on his medical status.
 
Furthermore, there has been no further information released about the incident.
 
When riding a bicycle, always wear a helmet and protective gear. Be alert at all times and ride with the flow of traffic. Motorists should constantly scan their surroundings for cyclists and pedestrians. Also, assure that you obey all traffic laws. Doing so, you can prevent dangerous accidents from happening.


If you, or someone you know have been involved in a bicycle accident, call the attorneys at Sweet Law Group (800) 674-7852. With over 40 years of experience in the legal field, we have a team and the resources to win your personal injury case. Let us help you achieve the justice and compensation that you deserve. Contact us today for a free over the phone consultation to answer any questions or concerns you may have at a location near you. We can also be contacted by email, online chat, and text message 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week.