Legal news for California automobile accident attorneys. A three-vehicle crash on the 210 Freeway injured four motorists.
The California Highway Patrol alerts automobile accident lawyers—A semi-truck, transit bus and car crash injured four people.
Pasadena, CA—A crash involving a semi-truck, a Southland Transit bus and a car, was the source for many morning rush-hour headaches along the 210 Freeway. Four people were injured during the Tuesday morning, March 30, 2010 6:00 a.m., wreck at Sierra Madre Boulevard, as reported by MyFoxLA.com.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported the cause for the three-vehicle wreck is currently unknown and is under investigation. The Southland Transit bus, which is subcontracted from the MTA, was not in service at the time with no passengers on board.
The driver of the big rig, who is unidentified, was rushed to an area hospital in critical condition. The cab of the semi reportedly became separated from the trailer, which rolled down an embankment onto the Sierra Madres Boulevard westbound 210 on-ramp. The trailer was found on its side.
The female Southland Transit bus driver and the driver of the car were also rushed to the hospital in serious condition. Their injuries were not specified. Another motorist, who was not involved in the collision, was hit by debris and sustained minor injuries. It is unknown if the motorist received any medical treatment.
The CHP is currently conducting a full investigation for the wreck. No one has been charged in connection with the accident at this time.
Legal News Reporter: Nicole Howley-Legal news for California automobile accident lawyers.