Teens Injured, Ricardo Saucedo Arrested on Civic Center Drive DUI Crash
Las Vegas, NV (June 04, 2021) – On Thursday, two teens were injured and police arrested 32-year-old Ricardo Saucedo in a DUI hit-and-run crash on Ross Dress for Less parking lot.
The accident took place after 3 p.m. in the 2000 block of Civic Center Drive, near Lake Mead Boulevard.
Officers said the teenagers incurred serious but non-fatal injuries.
Police say Saucedo fled the scene right after the crash. He was later caught and arrested on suspicion of DUI.
So, as a driver, don’t speed. Always follow the speed limit and never use your phone; always be cautious of your surroundings.
Pedestrian Accidents Could Result in Serious Injuries
Moreover, in today’s current state of affairs, more individuals are walking as a new way to escape home for a while.
As a result, pedestrian accidents have also spiked in popularity, so has the risk of pedestrian accidents.
Pedestrian accidents are incidents in which someone walking or crossing a road is injured by a vehicle striking them.
This type of accident, more often than not, can be avoided.
Moreover, a common cause of these unfortunate incidents includes drivers speeding. Similarly, motorists who speed do not have enough reaction time to stop or yield for us injuries.
– First, always avoid dangerous behaviors: always walk on the sidewalk (no jaywalking), stay sober, and make eye contact with drivers, don’t assume the driver can see you.
– Always closely look before you step: cross streets at marked crosswalks/intersections. In addition, obey traffic signals, and watch for turning vehicles.
Importantly, remember to hire an experienced personal injury attorney from Sweet Lawyers if you or a loved one has been injured in a pedestrian accident.
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