North Highlands Crash Injures Six

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January 27, 2016
Edward Smith

North Highlands Crash Injures Six

North Highlands Crash Injures Six

My name is Ed Smith. I’m a North Highlands Auto Accident Lawyer. Six people, ranging in age from teenagers to 50 years-old, were seriously injured Friday, January 22, 2016, according to Sacramento Metro Fire.

What Happened?

A two-car motor vehicle accident occurred around 9:15 p.m. on wet and slick roads. The victims were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. At least two of the victims sustained moderate injuries.While four others received serious injuries.

What was the location of the accident?

The accident happened in North Highlands at the intersection of Peacekeeper Way and Watt Avenue.

What caused the accident?

No information as to the cause of this  accident has been released. We don’t know if speed played a role in the collision or if anyone was driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. The accident is under investigation.

North Highlands Auto Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer

I’m Ed Smith, a North Highlands Auto Accident Lawyer. If you or a member of your family has been seriously injured in a North Highlands car accident caused by the negligence of another person, I can help. I’ve been helping injury victims secure the medical treatment and compensation they deserve since 1982. Call me to discuss the serious injuries you, or a family member has sustained. We can discuss what can be done about it. It is important to call right away after an accident to protect your rights and preserve evidence. So call me at 916-921-6400, Toll Free at 800-404-5400 or contact me online for a FREE, friendly, no obligation consultation.

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North Highlands Crash Injures Six – Source: KCRA3 News