Driver in Santaluz Stroller Crash Faces Multiple Charges

A woman in North County is facing charges of vehicular manslaughter, failure to stop at a red light, and failure to yield to a pedestrian.  The suspect is believed to have ran a red light at an intersection while the victim was pushing a 14-month old toddler in a stroller. The woman pushing the stroller suffered serious injuries and later died at the hospital. The toddler was hospitalized in intensive care for several injuries, including a broken rib and skull fracture.

Stories like these are difficult to hear. Unfortunately, these types of tragedies occur on a daily basis. Although no amount of monetary compensation can undo tragedy, our San Diego personal injury lawyers understand that financial compensation can help you pick up the pieces and begin your road to recovery.

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