Toddler Injured in Vehicle Crash near Phillipi Way [Sacramento, CA]

2-Year-Old Girl Hurt in Traffic Accident near Rio Linda Boulevard

SACRAMENTO, CA (July 27, 2022) – Tuesday afternoon, a vehicle crash near Phillipi Way left a 2-year-old girl injured.

The incident happened on July 19th, at around 4:00 pm, near the cross streets of Phillipi Way and Rio Linda Boulevard.

The circumstances surrounding the accident are currently unknown. However, it is known that the child was taken to the hospital afterwards. There she was treated for serious injuries.

After the accident, Sacramento officials closed the road for at least an hour during investigations.

Meanwhile, the driver of the vehicle remained at the scene. Drugs or impairment were not believed to be the factor in the crash.

The Sacramento Traffic detectives are handling further investigations. Anyone with further details about the crash is encouraged to contact the Sacramento Police Department as soon as possible.

You can prevent a reckless driving accident by driving defensively and following the road conditions. Do not engage in any non-driving activity, which creates a potential distraction. Follow the speed limit and do not be pressured to keep up with the speed of other vehicles on the road. Also, never drive when sleepy or under the influence of any aging substance as this increases the risk of a fatal accident.

If you have suffered injuries due to someone’s negligence, reach out to Sweet James as soon as possible. They understand that injuries sustained in an accident can be traumatic. Medical and legal expenses also pile up while you pursue a personal injury claim on your own. Let them handle the legalities of your situation so you can focus on your health and well-being. Call (800) 975-3435 today for a free consultation. Click here to request a police report.

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