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Top Outdoor Activities in Plumas Lake, CA

Plumas Lake, California, is a small town in Yuba County surrounded by peaceful nature and stunning mountains. Located in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, about 30 miles north of Sacramento, Plumas Lake offers its residents the great outdoors. Below are just some of the best outdoor activities in or near Plumas Lake.

Common Highway Accidents and How to Avoid Them

Residents from Plumas Lake commonly take State Route 70 or cut over to SR 99 to travel to Yuba City or south to Sacramento. Living in a tranquil area such as Plumas Lake can leave drivers unprepared for heavy highway traffic and potential accidents with other motorists and big rigs. However, traffic accidents are the most common type of personal injury. When a negligent motorist or trucker causes injuries to another individual, that person can place a claim for compensation with the help of an experienced injury lawyer.

Plumas Lake Man Sentenced

Plumas Lake Man Sentenced

Plumas Lake Man Sentenced – On Friday, September 7, 2018, a Plumas Lake man entered a no contest plea for charges related to the attack of a jogger that took place last summer in Yuba County. The event took place on Jully 22, 2018, when a 25-year-old Olivehurst woman was assaulted while jogging. Eric J. Keller, a 22-year-old resident of Plumas Lake, was arrested under multiple charges in September related to the attack, including assault with intent to commit mayhem, kidnapping, and intended sexual assault. However, the latter two charges were dropped as part of a plea deal. Keller was sentenced to six years of prison time by Judge Kathleen O’Connor of the Yuba County Superior Court.

Handling Plumas Lake Car Accidents

Handling Plumas Lake Car Accidents

Handling Plumas Lake Car Accidents – Almost everybody uses a roadway at some point during the day. Whether you are commuting to work, running to get groceries, going on a bike ride, or just walking to your neighbor’s house for dinner, using public roads puts you at risk for being involved in a car accident. The California Office of Traffic Safety reports that over 250,000 people are injured and more than 3,400 are killed during an average year in California. While the majority of crashes don’t cause a serious injury, it is important to know what to do if you are involved in a collision.

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