WOODLAND HILLS, CA – One Hospitalized in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Highway 101 at Fallbrook Avenue

WOODLAND HILLS, CA - One Hospitalized in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Highway 101 at Fallbrook Avenue

WOODLAND HILLS, CA – One Hospitalized in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Highway 101 at Fallbrook Avenue

4 Vehicles Involved in Evening Collision on Highway 101 in Woodland Hills

 
WOODLAND HILLS, CA (December 19, 2018) – One person was hospitalized following a multi-vehicle collision Wednesday evening in Woodland Hills.
 
The collision happened around 8:42 p.m. on eastbound Highway 101 at Fallbrook Avenue. A bus, a red sedan, blue Ford Escape, and a motorcycle were involved.
 
According to the California Highway Patrol, the bus crashed into the red sedan causing a multi-vehicle pileup. The sedan sustained a rear-end damage and the Ford SUV had front-end damage.
 
One patient was taken by paramedics to West Hills Hospital with unspecified injuries and in an unknown condition.
 
No additional information was provided at this time. The full circumstances of the collision remain under investigation.
 
The impact of a multiple-vehicle crash can be harmful and can pose high risks of damages and major injuries. In order to avoid getting involved in road mishaps involving multiple vehicles, it is important to always give your full attention to the road. This also means avoiding road distractions and paying attention to the movements of other motorists close to your car.


Do not be afraid to fight for your rights. If you have been injured in a traffic accident caused by an irresponsible party, we recommend you contact a personal injury attorney who can protect you as a victim. With proper knowledge and guidance from experts in the injury field, you can bring your case to court and sue for injury and damages. We at The Sweet Law Group house reliable and experienced lawyers who will ensure that the resolution of your claim is successful and satisfactory. Call us for a free consultation today at (800) 203-3061.
 

 

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