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Los Angeles Searching for Driver of Truck that Crashed into Restaurant

Early this morning, a pickup truck crashed into a restaurant located in a strip mall in Compton. Both the truck and the restaurant caught fire from the accident and the driver fled the scene.

The accident occurred around 2:45 a.m. at El Infierno Restaurant at the intersection of Santa Fe Ave and Pine Street. Thankfully no one was injured in the crash or the fire, but law enforcement is searching for the driver.

Authorities believe that this was an arson attack based on a previous event. This makes finding the driver even more important as he must face criminal charges because this was not simply an accident.

If anyone has any information, please contact the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department’s Compton Station.

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Multiple Cars Involved in Deadly Los Angeles Accident

Car Accident - Franklin Ave & Old Airport Rd

Car Accident – Franklin Ave & Old Airport Rd (Photo credit: KyleWiTh)

Last night, a Dodge Charger chased a Pontiac until they each ended up in a multiple car pileup. The people in the Pontiac are suspected of committing a drive-by shooting occurring at a fundraiser at West 79th and South Hoover Street that initiated the chase. Moments later, the two cars ran a red light and crashed into the cross traffic.

The cars collided in the intersection of Broadway and Manchester. The Pontiac hit a Saturn that was driving east on Manchester and the Saturn driver was pronounced dead at the scene.

The Charger ran into a pickup truck and the truck then collided with two parked cars and a man on a bicycle. The Charger driver is currently in critical condition, but everyone else involved in the accident suffered only minor injuries.

The driver and a passenger of the Pontiac fled from the scene and are currently being hunted for the drive-by shooting as well as the accident. A gun was found in the Pontiac that points to its inhabitants’ involvement in the shooting. A passenger from the Charger attempted to run as well, but was stopped by police on site.

This accident includes all tragic aspects of vehicles collisions. A fatality, hit-and-run, pedestrian, injuries, property damage and, even worse, it stemmed from a shooting. Los Angeles residents can only hope that justice will be served and disasters like this do not happen in the future.

If you or someone you know has been in accident, find out what you can do to get the compensation that you require. Contact an accident attorney today for more information.

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Motorcyclist Injured on the 101

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Motorcycle riders can receive serious personal injuries when they are involved in roadway accidents. It is important for motorcyclists to be careful when they are on freeways or side streets because of all the potential harm that can come their way. On Tuesday evening, August 14, one man was injured while riding his motorcycle in Novato.

A 56-year old man from Santa Rosa was riding his 2012 Triumph motorcycle when he collided with another vehicle. He was going northbound on Highway 101 of Atherton Avenue at about 35 to 40 miles per hour. Qi Qe White Elk Ross, 60, was driving his 1988 Dodge Ram pickup truck and also going around 35 to 40 mph. Samples was splitting traffic between lanes when Ross, who is from Penngrove, signaled and attempted to merge his automobile into a right lane where Samples was riding in.

When the pickup truck tried to merge in the lane, Samples responded by attempting to pass Ross on the right side of the pickup truck. However, his motorcycle struck the right, rear side of the vehicle causing the motorcyclists to be ejected. Samples landed on the far right-hand lane and his motorcycle also came to a stop further down the freeway.

California Highway Patrol responded and documented the accident. The Navato Fire paramedics also came to the accident site and brought Samples to a Santa Rosa hospital. He needed to be treated for his compound fracture on his lower left leg as well as for a major fracture to his left femur.

Ross was relatively uninjured and was able to escape the whole affair without any major personal injuries. Luckily no other drivers or passengers were involved in the motorcycle accident and no other injuries inflicted.

After the accident, the two right-hand lanes were closed briefly for 20 minutes while the paramedics and authorities transferred Samples to a local hospital.

When driving a motorcycle, the rider must be aware of the traffic and vehicles around him or her. Motorcyclists are more prone to personal injuries when they are involved in a collision. And in the state of California where splitting traffic is permitted, motorcycle riders need to be even more wary and careful out on the roads. An accident can happen at any given moment so it is very important for all drivers on the road to look out for the safety of each other.

If you have attained personal injury from an automobile accident, take action now and receive compensation for your injuries, pain, and suffering. Contact a Sacramento motorcycle attorney today to see what next steps you can take.


Identity of Motorcyclist Hit by Pickup Truck Found

A shattering accident has taken place near Fresno. When a motorcycle rider gets involved in a collision, the outcome is normally devastating. However, an incident that has recently taken place in California is a bit more complex. The rider of the motorcycle was not hit while she was on her vehicle, but rather when she was thrown out into the road. It is then that an unsuspecting automobile hit the rider. Sadly, the driver didn’t wait for authorities to appear but instead rode away from the scene.

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Motorcycle Driver (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A female motorcyclist who was killed on Highway 99 was identified on Monday, July 2. The accident occurred on Friday, June 29 in Selma. She was merging into the freeway when she lost control and was thrown out into the highway. It is then that a pickup driver struck the victim before driving away from the scene of the accident.

The lady riding the motorcycle was identified as a Naval Air Station Lemoore, Martha Cook. She was 30 years old and from Hanford. The accident happened at 10:40 a.m. Friday morning while on the Highway 43 ramp merging onto Highway 99. Cook ended up going straight on the ramp instead of following the curve when she lost control. This caused her to hit a raised curb and to slide across the three northbound lanes of the 99 Highway before being hit by the pickup truck.

The pickup driver had reportedly pulled over on the side of the highway after hitting Cook but then drove away. Officials are asking for information about the driver of the pickup truck. His vehicle is reported to be light green and full sized. It has an extended cab and its rear windows are tinted. Investigators are saying that the pickup truck may have damage to its right front side or windshield as a result of the hit. A California Highway Patrol said that the driver who hit Cook wouldn’t have faced any legal charges related to the collision if only had the individual stayed. CHP officers are asking people who have any information to call the Fresno-area police department.

Motorcycle riders have the biggest risk of deadly accidents when they are out in the road. With quite less protection compared to an average vehicle, motorcyclists can easily attain personal injuries when they get into a collision. Sadly for Martha Cook, when the pickup driver hit her, she did not have the same protection a car would have. It was only her in the middle or the road versus a full sized pickup truck.

If you have been involved in a motorcycle accident and received personal injury, do not hesitate to take legal action. Don’t allow the guilty party to get away with what they did. Call a Fresno motorcycle lawyer today and start taking steps towards justice.


Fallen Table from Pickup Truck Causes 19 Car Pileup

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Wypadek na autostradzie A4. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Two parties being involved in a car accident is devastating enough…but what happens if there are 19 parties involved?  On Tuesday, June 26, a 19 car pileup occurred in Agua Dulce on the Antelope Valley (14) Freeway. The crash was caused when a table that was not properly secured on a pickup truck bed, fell onto the road. Afterwards, a big truck that was rounding a corner came by and saw the table on the road but couldn’t stop in time. A chain reaction was sparked as cars began to pile up behind the semi.

When driving on the freeways, we constantly see big rigs. While they are one of the vehicles least involved in crashes, when they do cause an accident, it can result in very misfortunate events. As evident in the highway pileup, many cars became involved in the accident and many victims received personal injury. This incident which happened just north of Los Angeles in the mountains had caused injury to at least 17 people, two of which were critically wounded.

The driver of the pickup truck who had lost the table did not stop. Investigators are not sure whether the driver was aware of the accident he had caused. Officials also stated that there was no detailed description of the truck.

The pileup had started at around 9:45 a.m. A variety of vehicles were involved—family cars, SUVs, pickups, and big rigs. At least two cars ha ended up piled on top of the wreck and at least one individual had to be rescued from underneath. One truck was carrying dirt or sand that had spilled onto the roadway. Also, fuel had been spilled onto the roadways but did not cause further hazards to the accident.

Traffic was backed up for two to three miles, causing hours of delay. Much of the freeway lanes were closed because of the incident. Seven ambulances arrived at the scene of the accident along with 50 firefighters. This horrific scene is something that only can be witnessed in movies. The people involved must have to deal with the aftermath of the accident plus their automobile, medical, and legal bills. Contacting a Los Angeles attorney to help them with legal matters may prove to be beneficial for them.

After the pileup, all southbound lanes were closed as well as two northbound lanes. The accident had taken up a huge chunk of the 14 Freeway and damages had to be assessed. By Tuesday afternoon at 2:15 p.m., all the freeway lanes were reopened.

While these types of large-scale accidents are fairly uncommon, they prove to be dangerous. The trauma the drivers and passengers must have faced could be severe. Injuries, pain and suffering must have been abundant on that Tuesday morning. When a car accident situation happens to you, don’t hesitate to file a claim and seek compensation. The responsible parties of an accident must be held accountable for the mess and harm they have inflicted among their victims.