A Los Angeles car accident on the 105 freeway Thursday night caused the death of one person and injuries to three others. The car accident in Los Angeles apparently happened when a Toyota Camry rear ended a tow truck that was stopped on the shoulder of the 105 freeway. The tow truck was assisting a car with a flat tire at the time.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles freeway accident did not cause injuries to the tow truck driver or to anyone from the car that was being assisted by the tow truck driver. This indicates that the tow truck driver was probably not inside the tow truck at the time of the Los Angeles freeway car accident.
The person who died in the Los Angeles accident was a passenger in the Camry and was ejected from the car when it rear ended the tow truck. Usually, when a person is ejected from a vehicle in a Los Angeles rear end accident, it is because the person was not wearing a seatbelt, which has not yet been established.
The three other people who were injured in this L.A. car accident were also inside the Toyota Camry.
The people who suffered injuries in this L.A. accident may be able to make a Los Angeles personal injury claim against the driver of the vehicle, depending on the reasons why they rear ended the tow truck. The family of the person who died in the car accident may be able to make a Los Angeles wrongful death claim, depending on the nature of the relationship with the driver. Those injured passengers and the family of the deceased should immediately contact a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer for assistance.