[09-14-2023] San Bernardino County, CA – At Least One Person Possibly Injured Following Multi-Vehicle Collision in Hesperia

[09-14-2023] At Least One Person Possibly Injured Following Multi-Vehicle Collision in HesperiaAt least one person was possibly injured after a multi-vehicle collision in Hesperia on Thursday morning, September 14, 2023.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the incident occurred in the northbound lanes of Interstate 15, under the Joshua Street overpass, at around 2:35 a.m.

CHP officers responded to reports of a traffic collision, and upon arrival at the scene, they found two pickup trucks and two sedans obstructing the roadway. Several yellow sand barrels were destroyed, scattering sand and other debris across the interstate.

Photographs of the accident reveal the significant damage sustained by the vehicles. The exact number of people who were possibly injured in the crash is not known at this time.

In order to find out what caused the crash, a thorough investigation is being conducted.

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In the event that you or a family member have suffered an injury caused by the negligence of another, it is advisable to seek the advice of a personal injury lawyer.

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7 Steps to Take After a Car Accident

Always keep an eye out on the road and be vigilant. The people you love the most are waiting for you at home. In the event that you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident, follow these steps:

  1. Contact emergency respondents and authorities and inform them about the collision. Authorities will create an official report based on accident-related data.
  2. Inspect yourself for injuries and prioritize yourself. Make sure everyone remains on the scene.
  3. Obtain necessary information from the other involved motorist’s name, phone number, and insurance information. Photograph license plates, automobiles, and other potential evidence.
  4. Complete reports following the instructions given by California insurance firms. There are deadlines for these reports, so file them as soon as possible.
  5. Provide the necessary information to your claims adjustor. Consult an attorney before recording comments or accepting compensation offers from insurance companies.
  6. Keep all necessary documents, such as the police report, medical bills, driver’s ID of those involved, and injury treatment plans.
  7. Discuss your vehicle accident with one of our reliable California car accident lawyers. Please contact us at (888) 488-1391 immediately.


Car Accident Statistics

There has been a slight decrease in unintentional injuries and fatalities caused by motor vehicles nationwide since 2021. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, despite a decrease of 0.3% in accidents from 2021, the numbers are still around the 40,000s, with 42,795 total fatalities by 2022. Compared to the 46,980 fatalities in 2020, the numbers have been steadily decreasing.

According to the National Safety Council, in 2020, automobile accidents were the cause of 42,338 fatalities, exceeding the 39,107 recorded the year before. 3,847 fatalities in California alone were attributable to traffic-related events.

Multi-vehicle collisions comprised 41% of the accidents, while single-car crashes accounted for 59%. Side impacts were the most fatal of these crashes, which also caused many injuries. Approximately 8,000 side crashes were reported in 2020.

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