Man Hit, Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Rio Linda Boulevard [Sacramento, CA]

Man Hit, Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Rio Linda Boulevard [Sacramento, CA]
Man Hit, Injured in Pedestrian Accident on Rio Linda Boulevard [Sacramento, CA]

Sacramento Pedestrian Accident on Rio Linda Boulevard

SACRAMENTO, CA (December 13, 2022) — A man suffered injuries after being struck by a vehicle in a pedestrian accident on Rio Linda Boulevard on Saturday evening, December 3.

The incident occurred at around 5:40 p.m. in the 2600 block of Rio Linda Boulevard between Eleanor Avenue and Lampasas Avenue, according to the Sacramento Police Department.

Authorities did not disclose the details leading up to the collision but confirmed that a male pedestrian was hit on the road.

The force of impact inflicted major injuries to the unidentified man.

Meanwhile, there is no update or knowledge about the involved driver and vehicle.

The cause and circumstances behind the crash remain under investigation. No other information is made available at this time.

Drivers and pedestrians carry equal responsibility for road safety. For drivers, it is important to avoid distractions. Keep an eye out for possible hazards, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Look carefully before turning a corner, especially when near a marked crosswalk. For pedestrians, cross only at designated pedestrian crossings. It is also recommended to avoid wearing dark clothing especially if you walk a lot. And as with driving, do not walk while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

If you have suffered injuries in a pedestrian accident, you may need a personal injury lawyer to advocate on your behalf while you focus on healing and recovery. The Alpha Accident Lawyers is ready to fight for you to receive the medical care you need and get the compensation you deserve. Our team will personally assist you with police reports, insurance claims, medical bills, and much more. Contact us at (800) 544-2696 for a free consultation. Moreover, you can request a police report from your accident.

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