20-Year-Old Woman Hurt in Vehicle Accident near Ivy Street

CHICO, CA (May 4, 2023) – Early Thursday morning, a pedestrian crash on 8th Street left one person with injuries.

According to the Chico Police, the team responded to the crash before 1:20 a.m., April 27th, involving a pedestrian.

Investigation showed that the woman attempted to cross at a red light when the vehicle collided with her.

Furthermore, the officers arrived at the scene and transported the 20-year-old woman to the hospital with moderate but non-life-threatening injuries.

Consequently, the police said that the driver was not the one at fault. Crossing in a red light was the factor of the incident.

Meanwhile, authorities have yet to release the identities of the involved parties.

No further details are public at this time; however, more information will be provided once made available.

Those with further information regarding the accident are encouraged to contact local authorities as soon as possible.

Just like a driver is expected to be responsible and abide by all traffic laws, pedestrians also have to behave reasonably and responsibly. You can also reach out to a friend or a family member to come and pick you up. Remember that walking drunk is never a substitute for driving drunk. By being responsible, you can help prevent accidents that can completely change a person’s life.

After an accident, your main focus should be on your health. At Sweet James, they help accident victims heal by pursuing their cases from beginning to end. With them, the only thing you have to focus on is getting back on your feet, they take care of the rest. If you or someone you love has been injured in a pedestrian accident, call them today at 1-800-900-0000 for a free case evaluation. One of their experienced legal professionals will assist you. They are also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer any of your questions through email, text message, or online chat.

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