Driver Airlifted After Bakersfield Accident at Adobe Road and Sandrini Road
BAKERSFIELD, CA (April 28, 2021) — Two people suffered injuries in a stop sign accident at Adobe and Sandrini roads in Bakersfield early Thursday morning.
Reports from the California Highway Patrol indicated that two vehicles collided at the intersection at about 5:50 a.m. A car reportedly ran a stop sign, causing a red pickup truck to hit its passenger side.
The drivers of both vehicles sustained injuries in the crash. Emergency personnel airlifted the driver of the car to Kerm Medical due to major injures. The driver of the pickup, meanwhile, had minor injuries and stayed at the scene.
There was no information available as to whether the pickup truck driver required transported to a hospital for treatment.
When driving, it is crucial to follow all the rules and traffic signs. This is to ensure your safety and the safety of other road users. When behind the wheel, do not multi-task. Stay alert and keep your eyes on the road at all times. When approaching an intersection that is marked by a stop sign, be sure to make a full stop before entering. Also, do not forget to buckle up for safety and follow the speed limit. By being responsible, you can reduce the risk of injurious road accidents.
If you have been injured in an accident, get in touch with The Law Offices of Daniel Kim as soon as possible. Let our experienced and dedicated car accident attorneys help you navigate through this challenging time. Our team is trained to deal with insurance companies and at-fault parties to ensure you get as much compensation as possible for your pain and suffering. Contact us today at (800) 895-7199 to schedule a free consultation and to request a copy of the police report from your accident.