SUV – Sedan Crash on Highway 101 Injured Two People
Smith River, CA (November 28, 2020) – On Tuesday, two people were injured in a sedan – SUV crash on Highway 101.
The California Highway Patrol Incident report said the crash happened at about 12:33 p.m., north of the Highway 101-Shoreline Drive intersection.
One of the vehicles overturned due to the crash. The driver, unfortunately, was pinned inside.
Meanwhile, the authorities closed the northbound side of the highway for approximately 15 minutes while they cleared the scene.
When you are behind the wheel of a vehicle, it is your responsibility to follow all driving laws. Vehicular accidents similar to this one can be avoided if drivers are focused.
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Seeking compensation for your injuries after a serious accident can be very stressful, and takes up a lot of your time. Therefore, having a personal injury lawyer will provide you with the space and peace of mind you need to recover. Let the attorneys of Sweet Lawyers deal with the complex legalities of this case for you.
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