Three Teens Injured In San Diego Crash

Three teenagers were injured in a roll-over crash on Sunday on Mountain View Road in San Diego. According to the California Highway Patrol, the teen driver of the vehicle, lost control of his car while carrying two other teens, flipped the vehicle and all became trapped inside. The California Highway Patrol says the boys were driving eastbound when they took a hard turn, lost control, hit a sign, and landed upside-down on someone’s property. Residents heard the teen boys screaming for help and called the police. All the boys were rushed to the hospital and suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Residents say the roads can be hard to navigate if going too fast or unfamiliar with the area.

Thousands of teenagers are injured or killed every year in auto accidents across the Nation. If your teenager was a passenger in a vehicle and injured in a crash, please call Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, immediately. A negligent teenage driver presents a danger to everyone they share the road with and those who are passengers in their vehicle. No motor vehicle accident injury case is too small or too big for Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, to review. Our St. Louis motor vehicle accident attorneys will advise you through the entire legal process and provide competent and expert support. For more information on how you can begin your motor vehicle accident claim’s process, please contact Meyerkord & Kurth, LLC, today. Remember, this is what we do best – get the experts on your side.

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