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-Posted On September 28, 2020 In Automobile Accident,Truck Accident-

Driver Killed In Sonoma County Big Rig Crash; Was Distracted Driving A Cause of this Roadway Fatality?

A pickup truck driver was killed in August in a truck accident in Sonoma County when his truck was struck by a big-rig at the intersection of Highways 121 and 37, according to official reports from the California Highway Patrol. Although first responders arrived quickly and attempted to render medical aid, the driver of the pick up truck died at the scene. Our sincere condolences go out to the family of this pick up driver. According to California Highway Patrol, the big-rig driver was traveling west on Highway 37, approaching the Highway 121 intersection, and failed to notice a Toyota…
-Posted On September 22, 2017 In Automobile Accident,Truck Accident-

Fatal Big Rig Crash Shuts Down California’s Interstate 580 for 10 hours

California’s Interstate 580 was shut down for nearly 10 hours earlier this month after two big-rig collisions near Castro Valley in unincorporated Alameda County. The police alert for the road closures came in just after 4:00am on that Thursday morning, and was finally lifted around 2:00pm. Sadly, both truck crashes proved to be fatal. Tyler Hahn of the California Highway Patrol reported that a black sedan collided with the first big-rig around 4:00am, coming to rest in the middle of the freeway. That disabled vehicle was subsequently struck by a second big-rig which couldn’t avoid the disabled vehicle. The driver…
-Posted On June 9, 2017 In Truck Accident-

Trucking Boom May Help California Economy, But California Truck Accidents Cause Many Serious Personal Injuries and Wrongful Deaths

Over the past few years in the United States, no industry has grown quite like the trucking industry. The nation moves over 70% of its shipping freight via trucks, and the trucking industry alone generated $700 billion dollars in 2015. This boom opened up a massive job market for individuals looking to get into shipping, logistics, and an increase in job vacancies for drivers, at more than 115,000 vacancies in 2015 alone. With an estimated 8.9 million people employed in truck-related jobs, it’s important for those involved and behind the wheel and in the trucking company offices to keep…
-Posted On April 12, 2017 In Truck Accident-

San Rafael Truck Crash; According to CHP Truck Driver Was DUI “5 Times The Legal Limit”

An intoxicated truck driver crashed last month on US 101 near San Rafael, temporarily blocking three lanes south of the Central San Rafael exit in Marin County. According to the California Highway Patrol, the trucker was driving with a blood alcohol content five times the legal limit for commercial vehicles and more than double the limit if he were driving a passenger car. How could anyone who literally could not see straight get into a truck and try to drive down the freeway, even in the morning? And how could a person still be that intoxicated that early in the…

Fatal Sonoma County Scooter Crash On Highway 101 Caused By Hit and Run Truck Who Hit Pole

The California Highway Patrol are on the lookout for the driver of a red and white Freightliner truck because the truck driver struck a pole on Highway 101, in Sonoma County, causing a fatal scooter accident when a scooter rider could not avoid the fallen pole. Pamela A Warren, a Santa Rosa resident, was thrown from her scooter and struck by a vehicle heading northbound on US Highway 101 after she struck a light pole that was knocked down across two lanes of traffic just north of River Road by a big-rig truck. The big-rig, a red and white Freightliner…
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