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Pomona Police Office Trevor Stevenson in serious condition after motorcycle accident in Pomona, California on Garey Avenue and Garfield Avenue.
POMONA: Pomona Police Officer Trevor Stevenson Injured in Collision on Garey Avenue and Garfield Avenue

“Ongoing Investigation”

POMONA, CALIFORNIA (January 10, 2017) – A Pomona Police officer was injured in a collision on Tuesday morning on Garey Avenue, according to a local news source. (map)

The accident happened around 6:30 am. 32 year old Pomona Police motorcycle officer Trevor Stevenson was responding to a hit and run collision, and was traveling north on North Garey Avenue. As he approached the intersection with Garfield Avenue, he collided with a Ford Explorer making a left turn.

Officer Stevenson was ejected from his motorcycle as a result of the accident, and was airlifted to County-USC Medical Center with severe head trauma. Officer Stevenson is listed in critical condition at this time. The motorist that struck Trevor Stevenson reportedly left the scene initially, but returned at a later time, and has been identified only as a 22 year old male from Pomona. The investigation is ongoing.

“Any injured party involved in an accident will have a bodily injury claim against the negligent driver who caused the accident,” said a California car accident and personal injury lawyer.

Injured parties and families of deceased victims are encouraged to contact an experienced and professional personal injury attorney. At Lexton Law Firm, we have your best interest in mind and will fight hard for you to obtain the compensations you deserve. Call for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury today; there is no obligation! Call us today at (877) 541-2111.


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