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Five people were injured in a collision on State Route 54 in Paradise Hills.
PARADISE HILLS: Five Injured in Three Vehicle Accident on State Route 54

“Ongoing Investigation”

PARADISE HILLS, CALIFORNIA (February 24, 2017) – At least one person was killed and four people were injured on Friday morning in an accident on State Route 54, according to a local news source. (map)

The accident happened around 10:40 a.m. on the westbound side of State Route 54. A Honda Accord and a medical transport van collided for unknown reasons, sending the van plowing into a nearby big rig. The impact with the big rig caused the van to veer across all lanes of the highway, overturning into the center divider.

The van’s driver and three passengers were all injured in the accident and were rushed to local hospitals. One passenger, identified as Thomas Castaneda, was rushed to a hospital, but sadly succumbed to his injuries and died the next day.  The van bore the logo of St. Pauls PACE, a program for the elderly. Debris from the crash was scattered across lanes, including a wheelchair. The investigation is ongoing at this time to determine cause and liability.

“Police will gather evidence and conduct interviews with the drivers and witnesses to determine liability” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm. “Any injured party involved in an accident will have a bodily injury claim against the negligent driver who caused the accident.”

If you, or your loved one, have been involved in an accident, and are seeking answers on what steps to take, we from Lexton Law Firm offer the best legal representation you will need. We will fight hard to give you the settlement you deserve and to get your life back on track. Give us a call today at (877) 541-2111 and let us help you recover and start anew.


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