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Pedestrian Consuelo Perez was hospitalized after a car collision on Princeton Avenue near Chestnut Avenue in Fresno.
FRESNO: Consuelo Perez Struck by Car and Injured on Princeton Avenue near Chestnut Avenue

“Investigation Ongoing”

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA (February 7, 2017) – Consuelo Perez was struck by a car and injured on Tuesday afternoon on Princeton Avenue, according to a local news source. (map)

The accident happened on Tuesday afternoon, on Princeton Avenue near Chestnut Avenue. A pedestrian identified as 70 year old Consuelo Perez was walking east on Princeton when she was struck by a vehicle traveling southbound on Chestnut Avenue.

Consuelo Perez was rushed to a local hospital with major injuries such as head trauma; her current condition is unknown. The accident remains under investigation at this time, and the driver that struck Consuelo Perez was identified as 26 year old Cheng Wei Chiang.

“Sadly, there are no words that can comfort all family members and friends as they cope with such tragic loss,” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm. “Our thoughts and prayers are with all parties affected in this tragedy as they try to piece together what happened.”

Losing a loved one is an extremely difficult time for any family member or friend affected by a tragedy. If you have lost a loved one due to someone’s negligence, you may have the right to a wrongful death claim against the responsible party. Serving Fresno, Los Angeles, San Diego, and throughout California, Lexton Law Firm strongly encourages anyone who may find themselves in this situation to give us a call today at (877) 541-2111. We will fight hard to obtain the care you deserve and just compensation that you and your family are entitled.


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