Vehicle Collides With Concrete Barrier
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
A fatal vehicle
accident occurred in Bakersfield, California on Saturday when a driver was headed
northbound on South Union Avenue. The driver, who was riding in a 2005
Ford Focus, collided into a road divider made of concrete after drifting.
The driver ultimately veered off of the road after crossing over two lanes
of traffic. The vehicle came to a stop after striking the stump of a tree.
Tragically, one person passed away due to injuries from the accident. She
was not wearing her seatbelt. Wearing your seatbelt while riding in a
vehicle is immensely important, as it greatly reduces your risk of injury
or death in the case of an accident. Additionally, two people, including
the driver of the Focus, were taken to receive medical attention for their
injuries. According to the Association for Safe International Road Travel,
every year about 20-50 million people are injured or disabled due to vehicle
With millions of vehicle accidents taking place in the United States every
year, the number of preventable accidents that occur due to the negligence
of drivers is high. The Saint Louis personal injury attorneys of Meyerkord
& Meyerkord, LLC have been dedicated to helping victims of vehicle
accidents for years. With the help of our lawyers, the liability of the
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