A 19 car accident in Antelope Valley, involving a big rig truck, has caused serious injuries to some of the occupants of the vehicles and major travel delays and closures on the 14 freeway near Acton, California. The Los Angeles Fire Department has reported that 17 people were injured in the Antelope Valley car accident, including two people who suffered serious critical injuries.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the LAFD reported that seven ambulances and 50 firefighters were sent to the scene of the Antelope Valley accident on the 14 freeway. According to the California Highway Patrol, as a result of the 19 vehicle pileup, all of the southbound lanes of the 14 freeway were closed, as well as two of the northbound lanes.
According to Fox 11 News, the Antelope Valley crash occurred at around 9:40am, north of Escondido Canyon Road, in Agua Dulce. The Agua Dulce accident involved a big rig truck that was hauling sand or dirt. It is unclear at this time if the big rig truck caused this collision. An extensive investigation is currently ongoing to determine what caused the Antelope Valley truck accident.
All of the people who were injured in this very serious Antelope Valley freeway accident should contact a personal injury lawyer who has experience with sorting through a complicated accident such as this, to determine who caused the crash and how to obtain medical care and a financial recovery for the victims.
The families of those who suffered serious or catastrophic injuries in the Agua Dulce truck accident should immediately contact an experienced Antelope Valley personal injury lawyer to help them obtain medical care for their loved one and a financial recovery from the insurance company for any vehicles that are found to be at fault. Our experienced personal injury lawyers are available for a free consultation for any of the victims, or their friends or families. We can be reached at 1-866-INJURY-2 [1-866-465-8792], or by e-mail at: email@example.com.