Pedestrian-Auto Collision in San Jose Left Victim in Critical Condition

SAN JOSE, CA (August 3, 2023) – Early Wednesday morning, a pedestrian crash on Lincoln Avenue left one person hospitalized with serious injuries.

The collision happened around 4:35 a.m. at the 600 block of Lincoln Ave., between Auzerais and Parkmoor.

Authorities have yet to release any information on the circumstances that preceded the crash. However, officials forced road closures as paramedics arrived and transported the pedestrian to a hospital for life-threatening injuries.

Police also advised motorists to take an alternative route and drive carefully around the emergency vehicles.

At this time, the identities of those involved in the accident remain undisclosed to the public. San Jose Officials will provide more information about the collision once available.

Those with additional information about the Lincoln Avenue pedestrian crash are encouraged to contact local authorities as soon as possible.

Whether you are a driver or a pedestrian, you can help make our roads safer by abiding by all traffic laws and following the conditions of the road. If you’re driving, avoid distractions and look out for pedestrians at all times. If you’re a pedestrian, cross at designated crosswalks or intersections. Remember that disregarding traffic laws and engaging in unsafe driving behaviors frequently lead to auto accidents that can completely change a person’s life.

It is important to have strong legal representation when injured in a pedestrian crash. Reach out to the pedestrian accident attorneys at Sweet James today. With 20 years of experience in the field, they know what it takes to help you win your case. Their team understands what you are going through, and they are here to help you seek justice and compensation. Call them at 1-800-900-0000 for a free and confidential case evaluation. You can reach them 24 hours a day and 7 days a week through email, text, and online chat.

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