Two Separate Car Accidents Leave Two Dead In Victorville
California Highway Patrol responded to multiple car accidents on Interstate 15 near Victorville that occurred around 12:00 p.m. Monday afternoon. The first accident took place along the northbound lane on top of the Cajon Pass. A Chevrolet Suburban was towing a utility trailer when it veered across lanes and collided with the center divider. The suburban proceeded to catch fire where authorities extinguished the flames shortly after the collision transpired. Highway Patrol reported that the accident had caused a massive traffic jam that was backed up as far as Devore. Unfortunately, California Highway Patrol stated the one individual was pronounced dead at the scene of that crash.
A second accident followed a few hours after Highway Patrol had responded to the northbound crash. The crash occurred on the southbound lanes of I-15 just south of the highway 395 junction. CHP officer Sgt. Christopher Dalin stated that as traffic was coming to a stop, a motorcyclist was traveling behind a Honda Pilot but failed to stop in time. The rider laid his bike down but was unable to avoid colliding into the back of the Honda Pilot. Sadly, he was killed on impact. The CHP stated that the accident cause traffic congestion up to Bear Valley Road in Victorville, they also had to close off the far left lane so that they could conduct a thorough investigation.
It is a tragedy that the two individuals involved in the accident lost their lives that day. Many people forget that an accident does not just affect the ones that were in the car, families and friends have to endure the loss of that loved one as well. If you are ever involved in a motor-vehicle accident in Victorville, its imperative that you contact the attorneys at Guldijian Law. Our California personal injury attorneys can ensure that you and your loved one’s rights are protected so that you can make a swift recovery from a car accident.
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