Officer Strikes Woman on 10th Street in Santa Paula
SANTA PAULA, CA (January 5, 2022) — An officer hit a woman on 10th Street near Main Street with a patrol vehicle on Monday morning.
According to the police department, the pedestrian accident happened around 11:00 a.m. After making a southbound turn onto 10th Street from Main Street, a Santa Paula police officer struck a 37-year-old woman who was crossing the road.
Soon after, Ventura County Fire officials rushed to the scene and brought the victim to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
At this time, the details of the crash require more investigation. Therefore, the California Highway Patrol will investigate this case to learn more.
Crossing the street can be dangerous, as well as driving a car. However, you can maximize your level of safety by being more cautious of your surroundings. Looking out for trouble and clearing the road before making your next move can prevent accidents.
The losses and damages that stem from a pedestrian accident range. From mental anguish to loss of income, these damages can pile up. The Law Offices of Daniel Kim is your trusted resource for seeking full compensation from the driver. We will quantify all losses if you are ready to regain control of your life. To bring a claim against the reckless party or persons responsible for your head injuries or wrongful death, call (800) 895-7199. We can also provide you with a copy of the police report from the accident.