Citrus Heights Post Office Hit by Car

Citrus Heights Post Office Hit by Car

Citrus Heights Post Office Hit by Car

I’m Ed Smith, a Car Accident Lawyer in Citrus Heights. A man accidentally drove his car right into the Citrus Heights Post Office on Tuesday, January 5, 2016.

What Location?

The Citrus Heights Police Department responded to the 7828 Zenith Drive post office. There they found a motorist’s vehicle had crashed through a wall of the post office.

What Happened?

The driver of the car said his foot slipped off the brake. Then his foot hit the accelerator. After that, his vehicle crashed into the building. He said it was an accident.

Driver Lost His Leg In a Motorcycle Accident

The man was using his left leg to drive at the time of the crash. He lost his right leg in a motorcycle accident some time ago and utilizes an artificial limb. For more information about Citrus Heights Post Office hit by car [watch video, below]:

Youtube Video: KCRA3 News: Driver slams his car into the Citrus Heights Post Office after foot slips

I’m Ed Smith, an experienced Citrus Heights Motorcycle Accident Attorney with the most informative accident information site available, AutoAccident.com.  I’ve been handling motorcycle accidents and vehicle accidents in Citrus Heights for over three decades.  There are many important and specific legal aspects that must be considered in determining fault in motorcycle and vehicle accidents.  This is why you need an experienced personal injury lawyer helping you to properly present your case.

If you have been injured in a  Citrus Heights car or motorcycle accident, please call me at (916) 921-6400 for free, friendly advice at no obligation to you.  If you are outside the Citrus Heights/Sacramento region, simply dial me toll free at (800) 404-5400.

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Photo Attribution: Wikimedia Commons Public Domain Images

Source: KCRA3 News