- December 29, 2009
- In car Accident
The Orange County Register describes an Anaheim auto accident that resulted in the ejection of a man from his vehicle onto the sidewalk after his car collided with another. The Anaheim auto accident occurred early on the afternoon of Nov. 19 when a black Chrysler Sebring heading eastbound on Broadway and a southbound green Hyundai Elantra on Loara Street entered the intersection of Broadway and Loara at the same time. Anaheim police officers investigating the accident scene said the front of the Chrysler impacted the passenger side of the Elantra, causing it to spin towards the southeastern corner of the intersection where it struck a traffic signal.
The force of the impact caused the Hyundai’s drivers to be ejected through the front passenger window of his car causing head trauma. He was taken by ambulance to UCI Medical Center in Orange. The impact caused the Chrysler to spin towards the same corner where it came to rest facing oncoming traffic. An investigating officer with the Anaheim Police Department said the female driver of the Chrysler was injured in the accident and was taken to an undisclosed hospital for treatment. Police were still investigating the Anaheim auto accident and trying to determine which driver had the right of way when the article was published.
Anaheim auto accidents caused by a negligent driver can change the course of a life in the blink of an eye. Accident victims often face a long and expensive road to recovery. If you or someone you care for has been injured in an auto accident in Southern California, call Anaheim auto accident attorney Samer Habbas to schedule a free consultation.