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Red-Light Violation Fatalities at Ten-Year High

According to new data from NHTSA, the number of people who are killed during accidents involving drivers ignoring red lights recently hit a ten-year high. The latest nationwide figures available showed that, in 2017, 939 people lost their lives in U.S. red-light violation collisions. This figure is the highest since 2008 and is more than 28 percent higher than in 2012. According to the data, an average of two people in the United States lose their lives every day in these types of collisions.

Placerville Area Crash Fatally Injures Local Man

Local authorities reported that one person lost his life in a car accident that took place in the Placerville area recently. The decedent was identified by the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office as a 60-year-old resident of the small community of Somerset. The man’s full identity will reportedly not be released until his family is properly notified. According to the Placerville area California Highway Patrol (CHP), the accident took place on a rural roadway and only involved one individual. My sympathy is with the loved ones of the decedent who are grieving over the loss of their family member and friend.

Motorcyclist Dies in Placerville Accident

California Highway Patrol (CHP) indicated that one man lost his life during a vehicle accident while he was riding his motorcycle in Placerville on Saturday, June 15, 2019. According to officials, the accident involved only one vehicle and did not injure any other individuals. The fatally injured motorcyclist has only been identified as Paul Alves, a 35-year-old man from the city of Sacramento. CHP has stated that the collision remains under investigation. My condolences are sent out to Mr. Alves’ loved ones while they are grieving over their terrible loss.

Man in Fatal Motorcycle Accident Identified

A man from El Dorado County was missing for over a week before he was found on Tuesday, May 28, 2019. Tragically, he was discovered along with his wrecked motorcycle near a Sonoma County highway after suffering fatal injuries during an auto accident. Officials of Sonoma County identified the decedent as Jason Roseveare, a 40-year-old resident of the small town of El Dorado. I would like to extend my sympathies to those who have lost a loved one because of this tragic accident.

Pollock Pines Woman Dies During Placerville Crash

Officers from Placerville California Highway Patrol (CHP) have reported a deadly car accident that took place on a local roadway on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The crash left one person with fatal injuries and, according to reports, did not involve any other individuals. The fatally injured woman was identified by authorities as Heather McCreery, a 42-year-old resident of the community of Pollock Pines. I would like to extend my sympathy to Ms. McCreery’s loved ones during this difficult time.

Fatal Car Accidents in El Dorado County 

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) says that they are investigating three separate fatal car accidents that took place in El Dorado County over the weekend of Friday, February 1 to Saturday, February 2, 2019. The first took place on Friday night, the second on Saturday morning and the third happened after 9:00 p.m. on Saturday. Out of the three fatally injured individuals, only one has been identified by officials. This woman was identified as Kaitlyn Smart, a 21-year-old resident of Santa Cruz. More information about the other decedents will be released after their families are notified. My condolences are extended to Ms. Smart’s loved ones as well as the family and friends of the other two individuals.

One Killed in Rollover Crash Near Placerville

One person was left with fatal trauma after a local car accident that happened on the night of Saturday, February 2, 2018. California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers say that the car accident involved one vehicle. Reports stated that one other person suffered serious trauma during the crash. The identity of the fatally injured person has not been reported by officials of El Dorado County. The seriously injured woman was identified as a 36-year-old resident of Woodland. My deep sympathy and my support are sent to the family and friends of the man who tragically lost his life during this crash.

Reports from Placerville area California Highway Patrol (CHP) stated that a fatal car accident happened on a local highway on Tuesday, January 15, 2019. The collision reportedly involved two vehicles and left three people with injuries that tragically cost them their lives. The three injured individuals included a 51-year-old man from Fremont, a one-year-old child, and a Fremont woman of an unreported age. The identities of the fatally injured parties are being withheld by county authorities pending their families’ notification. CHP says that they are still investigating the crash. I would like to take this opportunity to express my sympathy to those who have lost friends and family due to this accident.

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Grieving Following Fatal Placerville Accidents

Even though saying goodbye to a friend or family member after they pass away is a natural part of life, it can still be very difficult. Learning how to continue with your life without the presence and support of your loved one can be confusing and takes time. However, this process can be even harder if a person’s death was caused by a fatal accident. Fatal accidents happen without any warning and the loved ones of those who have passed away not only have to deal with a sudden and massive change in their lives but have to recover emotionally knowing that the incident could have been prevented. The blog below contains helpful information about the grieving process after wrongful death accidents.

Grieving After Fatal Car Accidents

Even though death is a natural part of life, the loss of a person you love can be extremely hard to deal with emotionally. People who’ve recently lost a close friend or member of their family are often overcome with difficult feelings of anger, confusion, fatigue, sadness, and more. These feelings can be even harder to process when you know that the death of your loved one happened because of a preventable accident. Knowing that your loved one was taken from you because of a negligent driver, product manufacturer, employer, or another responsible party can be the hardest part of dealing with a wrongful death case. While a person you love can never be replaced, there are a few ways that people can make the process of grieving easier to manage.