Auburn Double Pedestrian Fatality

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April 05, 2016
Edward Smith

Auburn Double Pedestrian Fatality

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Auburn Double Pedestrian Fatality

I’m Ed Smith, an Auburn Pedestrian Accident Attorney. On Sunday, April 3, 2016, a two Placer High School students died after being struck by a truck in Auburn. Early reports indicated the driver of the truck, Philip Ingram, 62, of Auburn, California was under the influence of a mood-altering substance.

What Happened?

Two teenage boys tragically lost their lives on Sunday night while walking adjacent to Highway 49 with a friend and his mother. Rescue personnel responded to the scene of the accident located near the Grass Valley Highway and Shale Ridge Lane. Placer County Sheriff’s investigators indicated that the group of pedestrians were walking well off the roadway and were doing nothing wrong. It appears that the motorist drifted off the roadway and hit the boys. Tragically, one young man was pronounced dead at the scene. The second young man died later at the hospital. A third young man and his mother were not injured.

What Caused the Auburn Double Pedestrian Fatality?

Philip Ingram was detained and later arrested for driving under the influence of an unknown substance.

Help for Victims and Families of Pedestrian Accidents

After working closely with clients for over 33 years, I’ve seen the heartache and devastation of pedestrian fatalities up close and personal. When tragedy strikes, families are left reeling in the aftermath. My staff and I work closely with you and your loved ones, treating you not just as a client but as a member of our family. We are known as the “personal” personal injury attorneys. Because we take the time to get to know you and your family. We believe we can serve you better if we truly understand the dynamics of your loss and how tragedies like this impact your life.

Auburn Pedestrian Accident and Wrongful Death Lawyer

I’m Edward Smith, a pedestrian accident lawyer serving Auburn. I take all my cases very personally. If you, or a family member, is seriously injured or has lost their life in an Auburn pedestrian accident, please call me at (916) 921-6400 for free, friendly advice. Elsewhere, call me toll free at (800) 404-5400.

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