One Seriously Injured in Pedestrian Accident at G Street and East 21st Street [Merced, CA]

One Seriously Injured in Pedestrian Accident at G Street and East 21st Street [Merced, CA]
One Seriously Injured in Pedestrian Accident at G Street and East 21st Street [Merced, CA]

Pedestrian Suffers Serious Injuries after Hit by Car at G Street and East 21st Street

 
MERCED, CA (February 14, 2022) – One person was seriously injured in a pedestrian accident at G Street and East 21st Street, late Friday evening.
 
The accident happened around 10:29 p.m. on February 11. According to the Merced Police Department, the pedestrian was either standing or walking in the area when a car struck them.
 
As a result, the pedestrian suffered major injuries and was transported to an area trauma center.
 
The driver of the involved car remained at the scene and cooperated with police.
 
At this time, alcohol and drugs do not appear to be a contributing factor.
 
Merced Police are still investigating the accident. They asked anyone with further information to contact Officer Myles Richter at 209-385-6905 or by email at [email protected]
 
Distracted driving and speeding are just few causes of pedestrian accidents. To minimize the dangers on the road, pay attention, scan the roads while driving and prepare yourself to yield. Also, pedestrians should be vigilant of their surroundings to maximize their safety. In addition, always manage your speed and follow traffic rules at all times.


If you have been injured in a pedestrian accident, you can count on The Law Offices of Daniel Kim. We work hard day and night to ensure that injured victims receive the compensation they rightfully deserve. Each of our clients receives personal legal advice tailored to his or her specific case. Daniel will work with you personally, one-on-one, to better understand your situation. For a free consultation, please call us at (800) 895-7199. You can also request a copy of the police report here. Above all, you can trust your lawsuit with our team with our success rate of over 99%.
 

 

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