2 Boys Injured in Intersection Collision near Tulare

The risk of an accident is greater when you are along an intersection because you will likely encounter vehicles coming from various directions.

At least two boys were injured after a 2000 Nissan sedan and a 2002 Toyota sedan collided along an intersection near Tulare.

According to California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers, both Angel and Diego, who are aged 11 and 12, were not wearing their seatbelt when the accident occurred. They were ejected from the vehicle due to the impact.

Fortunately, the boys landed on a pasture which was near the corner of Road 132 and Avenue 228.

This accident shows the importance of being cautious with your actions while on the road, especially while passing along an intersection. In addition, it also tells you how important it is to wear your seatbelt because this tool can save your life and protect you from serious injuries when an accident happened.

You can learn more about car accidents by consulting with a Los Angeles personal injury attorney.

Two Killed in Mojave Dessert Rollover Accident

Vehicle occupants should always wear their seatbelt because this tool can save them from serious injuries and even death in the event of an accident.

A big rig driver and passenger who failed to do so ended up dead after being involved in a rollover accident which occurred in Mojave.

According to authorities, a 49-year old Long Beach man was driving a 2001 Volvo tractor-trailer along US 395. He was heading north when he suddenly lost control of the big rig, causing the vehicle to leave the roadway and roll over.

Both the driver and one of his passengers died. Meanwhile, another passenger identified as Nannette Barnes, 27, from Texas sustained critical injuries and was airlifted to Loma Linda Hospital.