Source: CAL Fire/Riverside press release
TEMECULA, California – Two people suffered moderate injuries Monday night after the driver of a car who drove off Redhawk Parkway down an embankment and into the backside of a house at 33403 Decada Street, according to a report by CAL Fire/Riverside.
The single-car crash, which took place about 9:30 p.m., did not result in any injuries to people who were inside the home. The two injured people who were traveling in the vehicle were taken two separate ambulances to a local hospital where they were treated for moderate injuries, according to the report.
According to news reports, the driver was speeding on Rhine Avenue heading for Van Owen Lane until he or she lost control of the vehicle and drove through a wrought iron fence before crashing into the home.
Police are investigating the car accident to determine the cause of a crash, said Attorney West Seegmiller, founder of the Seegmiller Law Firm. The investigation will seek to find out if any other drivers were involved, whether anyone was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they were distracted or if there were any circumstances that may have led to the crash that were illegal or reckless.
“Police investigations look at things like the length of the skid marks on the road, the way the car landed or was found as well as talking to witnesses at the scene,” said Attorney West Seegmiller, founder of The Seegmiller Law Firm. “Passengers of reckless drivers are victims of a crime and should ultimately hold the driver accountable for their negligence.”
The Seegmiller Law Firm can be reached at 1-855-ASK–WEST. For over 30 years, the firm has been a staunch advocate for victims’ rights and has fought for clients involved in personal injury and wrongful death cases, including premises liability, product liability, auto accidents, dog bites, nursing home negligence, medical malpractice, at-work injuries and more. The firm has offices in Irvine, Riverside, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Bernardino, California, and Las Vegas, Nevada.