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LINDSAY: Rene Martinez and Juan Beltran Injured in Car Accident on Hickory Street at Foothill Avenue on Saturday, December 10, 2016 – file photo

Motorist Drove Through Stop Sign

LINDSAY, CALIFORNIA (December 10, 2016) –  Two men were injured in a serious traffic accident on eastbound Hickory Street at Foothill Avenue on Saturday, according to the Fresno Bee. (map)

At about 6:30 a.m., Rene Martinez, 24, of Lindsay, was driving a Honda east on Hickory Street when he failed to stop at the intersection of Foothill Avenue and began to make a left turn.

Rene Martinez crashed into a Jeep driven by Juan Beltran, 38, of Visalia, who had been driving south on Foothill Avenue.

The two vehicles collided, veered off the road, and struck the large tree and fence of a nearby home.

Rene Martinez was airlifted to Kaweah Delta Medical Center with major injuries and Juan Beltran was taken by ambulance for minor injuries.

We, at Lexton Law Firm, wish the injured parties a swift and steady recovery.

“Any injured party involved in an accident will have a bodily injury claim against the negligent driver who caused the accident,” said the attorneys from Lexton Law, a California personal injury law firm.

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