2 Women, 2 Children Injured in Anaheim Car Accident on Lincoln Avenue near Empire Street
Anaheim, California (May 23, 2020) – Authorities said two women and two children were hurt when a car crashed into a chicken restaurant Friday afternoon in Anaheim.
The crash happened at about 1:00 p.m. at a shopping center on Lincoln Avenue near Empire Street.
According to police, a driver confused the gas pedal for the brake pedal as he pulled into a parking stall.
A video of the incident showed the man pulling into the parking stall at a low speed but then accelerated instead of stopping.
The car struck a glass window that shattered, injuring the people inside. No one was hit by the vehicle.
Two women and two children inside the restaurant sustained minor injuries. It was not clear if anyone was hospitalized.
An initial investigation revealed that the driver was unlicensed. He cooperated with investigators and was released at the scene.
The driver will be cited for driving without a license. Investigators said the suspect was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the crash.
Police are investigating the incident to determine if other charges should be brought against the driver.
Pacific Attorney Group hopes that those injured in this crash will recover from their injuries soon.
Traffic collisions are triggered by many factors, including distracted driving, drunk driving, speeding, failure to observe traffic signs, bad weather, and ignorance of traffic laws.
One or several of these factors may have contributed to this collision. It is, therefore, necessary for the victim or their family members to seek the services of a personal injury attorney for the best legal representation.
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