2 Injured in Fresno Crash on Highway 41
Fresno, Calif. – One person was hurt in a rollover collision involving two vehicles in Fresno on Monday morning, the California Highway Patrol said.
The collision occurred on Highway 41 at the transition to Highway 99.
CHP said an SUV traveling on Highway 41 overturned and was struck by another vehicle shortly after.
The man driving the rollover vehicle was extricated and was taken to a hospital with major injuries.
The woman who was driving the other car was treated for minor injuries.
The crash is under investigation.
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Rollover car accidents can be caused by various factors, including excessive speed, driver impairment, driver negligence, tripping, vehicle design or defects, among others. Rollover collisions can cause major injuries or fatalities, and the occupants of the overturned car could get trapped in the wreckage hence making rescue operations difficult.
When a rollover car crash happens, investigators must look keenly into the circumstances of the accident to determine who is to be held responsible. The investigators examine whether there is evidence of drivers’ negligent actions such as intoxication, speeding, or failure to follow traffic laws. They also examine the condition of the roads, improper signage, and whether third parties, such as construction companies and maintenance crews, could be held responsible.
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