Pedestrian hit and ran over multiple times by vehicles on the PCH

Legal news for California automobile accident attorneys. A woman and her sister who were trying to cross the PCH were hit, one dead.

California automobile accident attorneys alert- A collision on the Pacific Coast Highway killed a pedestrian in Malibu, CA.

Malibu, CA—The Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) has been shut down in both directions following a fatal crash involving a pedestrian, on Monday, March 15, 2010. The fatal accident, which involved multiple vehicles, occurred around 6:15 a.m., at Winding Way, as reported by KNX1070.

According to preliminary accident reports, a 74-year-old Asian woman was hit by a northbound vehicle that was traveling on the PCH. Upon impact the victim was thrown into the southbound lanes of the highway where she was then hit by ‘at least six cars,’ in which two stopped following the collision. The woman and her sister were reportedly crossing the PCH from their job as caretakers at a residence, to catch a bus when the woman was hit. The sister of the deceased victim reportedly suffered minor injuries. The motorist who first struck the woman pulled over and was interviewed by police officials. At this time no arrests have been made in connection with the fatal accident. Police officials are still investigating the tragic crash. How the crash initially occurred and the cause has yet to be released. The PCH was closed in both the southbound and northbound directions between Kanan and Winding Way following the wreck.

Legal News Reporter: Nicole Howley-Legal news for California automobile accident lawyers.

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