Sacramento Car Chase Ends Badly

Sacramento Car Chase Ends Badly

Sacramento Car Chase Ends Badly

Sacramento Car Chase Ends Badly

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento Personal Injury Lawyer. A driver crashed in Sacramento while trying to escape deputies. The onramp to westbound Highway 50 near Bradshaw Road had to be temporarily closed.

What Happened?

Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department deputies said they attempted to pull over a car when it took off about 200 feet onto westbound Interstate 50 onramp. The suspect’s vehicle clipped another car as it was making its getaway. The suspect’s car rolled after making impact with the other vehicle. The accident happened in Sacramento County on Tuesday, March 22, 2016.

Sacramento Metro Fire Department

Rescue workers from Sacramento Metro Fire Department rolled up on the scene at around 5:00 p.m. They had the task of extricating both occupants from the vehicle. The onramp was shut during that time by California Highway Patrol officers.

What type of Injuries?

The occupants in the suspect vehicle were alive at the time of the rescue. No word on how serious their injuries were. No information as to the condition of the motorist who was clipped during the suspect’s getaway.

Sacramento Car Accident and Personal Injury Lawyer

Ed Smith, is a Sacramento Personal Injury Lawyer. Ed has been helping Sacramento residents with the handling of their personal injury cases since 1982. If you, or someone dear to you, has been seriously injured in a car crash, please call Ed at (916) 921-6400 or (800) 404-5400 for free, friendly advice.

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