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Sylvester Moore was injured by a car crash on 5 Freeway and Monte Diablo Avenue in Stockton.
Sylvester Moore Injured in Pedestrian Versus Vehicle Collision on 5 Freeway and Monte Diablo Avenue

“Pedestrian Injured”

STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA (February 26, 2017) – 40-year-old Sylvester Moore was involved in a pedestrian vs. vehicle accident on the 5 freeway at the Monte Diablo Avenue off-ramp Sunday evening, according to a police report. (map)

The crash occurred at approximately 6:40 p.m. Moore was crossing the median on the southbound side of the 5 Freeway at the off-ramp of Monte Diablo Avenue. The driver of a black Buick SUV struck Moore and according to a police, Moore left the scene after being hit by the vehicle.

Officers were dispatched to the scene. Moore was later found at his home at the 2700 block of Monte Diablo with injuries to his back. No other information was given in the report as to the severity of his injuries. Moore was transported to the hospital for the treatment of those injuries.

An investigation is on going to determine the cause of the collision.

“The conventional wisdom is that the pedestrian always has the right of way. This is not always the case and creates a dangerous situation. Many pedestrian deaths and injuries can be avoided by both drivers and pedestrians being alert and cautious,” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm.”

“If you or your loved one has been injured in a traffic accident, contact an experienced professional at Lexton Law Firm. We will fight hard to obtain the care you deserve and just compensation for your injuries. Call for a free consultation with an experienced accident lawyers today. There is no cost or obligation. Call us today at (877) 541-2111.

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