Fontana Pedestrian Crash Left Woman with Critical Injuries

FONTANA, CA (September 10, 2021) Last Monday, a pedestrian crash in Fontana left a woman seriously injured, police department said.

The incident happened at around 4:22 A.M. at the 15700 block of Slover Avenue, between Catawba and Poplar Avenues in the southern area.

According to the investigators, a red westbound GMC Yukon struck the pedestrian walking east in the No. 2 westbound lanes.

As a result, the female victim sustained major injuries including a head trauma. Eventually, paramedics transported her to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.

Meanwhile, the driver involved stayed on the scene to cooperate with authorities.

In the end, officials closed Slover between Catawba and Poplar for at least three hours.

Fontana Officials are investigating the circumstances surrounding the pedestrian crash.

Whether you are a driver or a pedestrian, it is important to abide by all traffic laws and observe safety precautions. If you’re behind the wheel, do your part to avoid distractions and look out for pedestrians at all times. If you’re crossing the street, do so at designated crosswalks or intersections. When walking alongside a road, remain on the sidewalk wherever possible. If there is no sidewalk, walk on the shoulder and face oncoming traffic. By obeying traffic laws and being cautious of the conditions of the road, you can help prevent an unforeseen accident and keep yourself and others safe.

It is important to have strong legal representation on your side when injured in a pedestrian crash. Reach out to the pedestrian accident lawyers at Sweet James today. With 20 years of experience in the field, they know what it takes to help you win your case. Call them at (800) 975-3435 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. To request for a police report, click here.

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