San Bernardino County Car Accident Digest
Chino Car Accidents
Named the 13th Safest City in the United States, Chino in San Bernardino County, California has experienced considerable growth. With nearly 83,000 people, traffic and car crashes have gone up. As a number of Chino car accident attorneys have suggested, car crashes in this city will continue as long as motorists drink and drive.
Chino Hills Car Accidents
With a growing population of nearly 80,000 people, Chino Hills in San Bernardino County, California was once ranked as America's 13th safest city by the FBI. While noteworthy, this distinction is overshadowed by the city's heavy traffic during rush-hour commutes. And as many Chino Hills car accident attorneys will admit, heavy traffic and dangerous driving often lead to car crashes.
Hesperia Car Accidents
With a population of nearly 88,000 people, Hesperia in San Bernardino County, California is the fourth largest city in the Palmdale Metropolitan Area. This high desert locale presents motorists with many wide-open stretches of highway, and Hesperia car accident lawyers will admit that some people will drive excessively fast, resulting in tragic collisions. Adding to the danger are drunk drivers who have been responsible for several car crashes in the city.
Ontario Car Accidents
As Ontario car accident lawyers will attest, in the last ten years street racing in Ontario has skyrocketed. Part of America's love affair with fast cars, and glamorously promoted in movies like "The Fast and the Furious," racing on public streets has drawn throngs of teen and young adults. Regrettably, a lot of these races have ended in catastrophic Ontario car accidents, which often seriously injure and kill bystanders.
Rancho Cucamonga Car Accidents
As Rancho Cucamonga car accident lawyers will tell you, the city's growth, fueled by the past housing boom, has given rise to an unwelcome trend: more car accidents, pedestrian accidents and bicycle accidents. Car collisions like these often result in serious injuries and fatalities for riders and walkers.
San Bernardino Car Accidents
The deadliest road in the US for car accidents is San Bernardino's I-15, which claimed 346 lives in just five years. So says a FOXNews.com five-year analysis of car crash reports, which went on to indict California as having four of the nation's top 10 most dangerous roads.
Victorville Car Accidents
Like most cities in San Bernardino County, Victorville, California has seen a rise in population, motor vehicles and, regrettably, car collisions. Car accident statistics compiled by the California Highway Patrol's Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System (SWITRS) reported that 14 people were killed in Victorville car accidents and 372 were injured. DUI-related accidents caused eight fatalities and 38 injuries. Two pedestrians were killed and 22 were injured in car accidents. And motorcycle accidents resulted in one death and 16 injuries.
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