Officers Search for Driver in USPS Vehicle Hit-and-Run Collision
Oakland, CA (December 4, 2022) – Yesterday early, a tractor-trailer driver carrying USPS packages died in an Interstate 80 collision.
The California Highway Patrol stated two cars were speeding near the Broadway exit when one of them collided with the trailer causing it to be engulfed in flames.
Sadly, the trailer driver died at the scene while the driver of the car that collided with the truck was picked up by another vehicle and left the scene.
The authorities did not provide details about the driver that fled.
USPS said the packages on the tractor-trailer were en route to an airport to out-of-state destinations. They added that they are in the process of recovering the packages.
Meanwhile, please contact the CHP for more details about the USPS vehicle hit-and-run collision.
Sweet Lawyers would like to extend our sympathies to the loved ones of the deceased in the Interstate 80 collision. May you find courage during this difficult time.
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Unfortunately, a deadly incident like the USPS vehicle hit-and-run collision could happen at any time. Sometimes, a person’s negligence can have devastating effects on other people.
It is clear now more than ever that one person’s negligence can devastate others. This is quite common in accidents that result in death.
Some circumstances that could result in a wrongful death are homicide, medical malpractice, transportation accidents, pedestrian collisions, and police brutality.
It is crucial that the bereaved become aware that they have the authority to file a wrongful death suit.
These can include high medical bills, loss of benefits, funeral services costs, emotional distress, loss of income, loss of companionship, and much more.
In fact, when you hire us, Sweet Lawyers‘ legal attorneys will exhaust their best to ensure you get the maximum settlement. They will speak to witnesses, analyze evidence, and obtain relevant data that will help us win the case.
To the loved ones of the deceased in the Interstate 80 collision, contact us. Our number is (800) 674-7852.