Pedestrian Accident on Citrus Avenue Left Two Teenagers Hospitalized
REDLANDS, CA (January 5, 2022) – Two teenage girls sustained injuries after a pedestrian accident on Citrus Avenue Wednesday morning.
The incident took place around 7:30 a.m., near the intersection of Citrus Avenue and Church Street. Emergency crews responded to the scene shortly after.
According to reports, two high school juniors were walking in the street when the driver of a Toyota pickup-truck struck them.
As per initial investigations, the driver tried to make a left turn onto Citrus. According to the male driver, he failed to see the girls crossing because of windshield fog and the bright sun.
Responding medics treated the girls at the scene before later transporting them to a local hospital for treatment.
At this time, officials withheld the names of all parties involved. However, the driver remained and cooperated with the authorities.
Redlands police ruled out drugs, alcohol or intoxication as factors in the collision. But an active investigation is underway.
When behind the wheel, it is important to pay attention to the road. Look out for pedestrians at all times and stay alert to your surroundings. As a pedestrian, make sure to cross the street at designated crosswalks or intersections.
If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in a pedestrian crash, talk to the pedestrian accident attorneys at Sweet James as soon as possible. With over 20 years in the field, they know what it takes to protect your legal rights. Throughout the years, their team has helped countless people fight for the compensation they deserve. Call their offices today at (800) 975-3435 for a free and confidential case evaluation. Need help after hours? You can also reach them 24 hours a day and 7 days a week through email, text, and online chat. If you are a family member of any of the victims involved in this accident, they may be able to help you obtain the police report. Click here to request a police report.
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