Teen Killed After Hitting Light Pole Near Rose Bowl Pasadena California
PASADENA, CA (May 8, 2016) - A Los Angeles County teen was killed in a car crash early Sunday morning after hitting a light pole near the Rose Bowl. Police are reporting that the 17 year old man was driving a silver 2002 BMW while traveling southbound on West Drive near Seco Street at about 2:50 am, when he lost control of the vehicle and smashed into the light pole.
The teen driver was alone in the vehicle when he crashed into the car. As authorities arrived at the scene of the car crash it appeared as though the 17 year old driver had died on impact. While a formal investigation is still pending, local Pasadena police are asking any witnesses of the car crash to come forward with any information. Distracted driving and speeding are some of the most common causes of car accidents in the US today. Often times, car crashes like the one that took place in Pasadena early Sunday morning involve another vehicle. When car accident victims are injured due to a third party's negligence the have certain rights that are protected under California state personal injury laws.
Car accident victims in Los Angeles County
For those who have been injured in a collision, working to quickly secure legal counsel is a very important step towards a winning personal injury claim. Injured drivers and passengers may be entitled to monetary compensation to cover medical bills, loss of wages, pain and suffering and other damages. Car accident victims in Los Angeles County are urged to start working on a strong personal injury claim right away by calling the Napolin Law Firm at (909) 325-6032. Call or visit Alexander D. Napolin and his team online today to get a free initial consultation.
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