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Upcoming West Sacramento Community Activities

Upcoming West Sacramento Community Activities

Upcoming West Sacramento Community Activities. West Sacramento is a lively community filled with a vivid nightlife, but the city is mainly known for its rapid population growth over the last few decades. In the 2000 census, West Sacramento had a population of 31,615. By 2010, the city had hit a dramatic 54.2% population increase to 48,744 people. More people equals more chances to go out and meet like-minded individuals that share some of your interests. Below I have listed a handful of social events that will be taking place this September in West Sacramento.

West Sacramento Accident Statistics

West Sacramento Accident Statistics

I’m Ed Smith, a West Sacramento auto accident attorney. The city of West Sacramento, voted in 2014 as the Most Livable City in America, is a fast growing community. Quite a few accidents take place in this city with a population of under 100,000.

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West Sacramento Speeding Accidents

Did you know that speeding is a top contender for #1 causes of motor vehicle crashes in the United States? More than 10,000 fatalities each year are attributable to crashes in which one or more of the motorists was speeding. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration indicated in terms of economic impact, the cost of crashes caused by speeding is estimated to be more than $40 billion annually.

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Deadly Yolo County Crash

A fatal crash happened on Tuesday, December 1, 2015 on Interstate 5 in Yolo County. Both directions of the freeway had to be shut down during the early morning hours due to this deadly Yolo County crash. This freeway closure allowed for the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to investigate.

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West Sacramento to pay victims of rapist cop

A year after being convicted of rape of at least six women, former West Sacramento police officer Sergio Alvarez’s victims (at least four of them) are set to receive a total of $2.8 million.  The money will originate from self-insurance pools that cover West Sacramento and other public entities in California.