Teen Falls from Moving Car
I’m Ed Smith, a Roseville brain injury lawyer. A teen fell out of a moving car on the night of Saturday, October 1, 2016. Sadly, the teen sustained severe injuries from the accident. His classmates have rallied in the local community to gain support for him as he begins the process of rehabilitation.
A 15-year-old student from Oakmont High School was ending his night of fun after a homecoming dance. For reasons which remain unclear, he fell out of a moving vehicle. He suffered a serious head injury as a result of the accident.
Unfortunately, the sophomore student fractured his skull from falling out of the moving car. Reports indicated that the student is being treated at UC Davis Medical Center for injuries he sustained and was placed into a medically induced coma. It has been reported that the skull fracture has caused swelling and internal bleeding to his brain.
Local Community Efforts
The local community of Roseville is teaming up with Oakmont High School to assist the teen’s family with covering the cost of the medical bills. There has been a Go Fund Me account set up to help with the treatment of the teen’s injuries.
We extend our best wishes for a speedy and full recover to the young man hurt in this tragic incident.
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Information Attribution for Homecoming Parade Injures Teen: http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2016/10/05/oakmont-high-rallying-around-teen-injured-after-homecoming-dance/
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