84-Year-Old Man Dead after Traffic Accident on Lacey Lane

CONCORD, CA (August 23, 2022) – Wednesday evening, a three-car collision on Monument Boulevard claimed the life of an 84-year-old man.

The incident happened on August 17th, at around 5:53 p.m., at the intersection of Monument and Lacey Lane involving three vehicles.

According to reports, three vehicles collided in the intersection. Due to the impact of the collision, the 84-year-old man sustained serious injuries.

Emergency crews arrived to the site of the accident shortly after and medics pronounced the 84-year-old man dead at the scene.

Authorities have not yet released the identity of the deceased person, pending notification of next of kin.

Moreover, the other two involved drivers remained at the scene to cooperate with authorities, no other injuries were reported.

Meanwhile, lanes on Monument Boulevard between Lacey and Reganti Drive were shut down for several hours to allow for cleanup and preliminary duties, but it has reopened since. Investigators are currently still investigating the collision on Monument Boulevard.

The team at Sweet James sends their warm and sincerest sympathies out to the friends and family of the victim. May the memories of your loved one and the love of family give you strength in the days ahead.

The death of a family member is always a traumatic experience for the surviving family. At Sweet James, they understand that no amount of money can make up for the tragic loss of a loved one. However, it is important that the family understands and protects their rights. Their wrongful death attorneys understand that the legal issues impose challenges to those involved. They are here to help you through the legal process so that you can focus on the concerns and needs of your family. Call their office today to find out how they can help you at (800) 975-3435. Furthermore, click here to request a police report.

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