Six People Dead In Yolo Head-On Accident

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Auto accidents happen too often in California. And unfortunately, many occur because of issues that could have been prevented. Sometimes, when we hear about accidents that happen because of actions that could have been prevented, we wonder if officials and others failed locals by not working harder to raise awareness to the risks associated with certain activities. That’s why we strive to help our readers and clients learn more about accidents so they can avoid similar occurrences.

According to a series of news reports, a serious and deadly accident that happened Sunday morning in Yolo took the lives of six people.

The Interstate 5 accident happened at about 12:30 in the morning. A Dodge vehicle carrying six people was traveling northbound when a Chevrolet driving south drove the wrong way and collided with the Dodge vehicle.

After the impact, both cars were engulfed in flames.

Witnesses told reporters that a truck driver tried to put out the flames to no success.

Reporters say that after the accident, many Californians were complaining about how little is done to ensure these accidents aren’t happening. Unfortunately, authorities are not investigating this accident, reports show. Instead, they are waiting for autopsies to know whether anybody was intoxicated prior to the accident.

Witnesses say that the Chevrolet driver had been driving erratically prior to the collision.

While we aren’t sure about what caused the accident in the first place, we know that any auto crash that results in major injuries or deaths are devastating to the victims or their families.

As personal injury attorneys, we have helped countless drivers, passengers, and others who were injured as well as families who have lost loved ones to serious accidents.

We hope that the victims’ loved ones are getting the support and help they require in this time of need.

If you would like to know more about the accident, follow this link for the full report.

 

 

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