Fiery 3-car Crash Causes Two Fatalities on I-680 Near San Ramon

///Fiery 3-car Crash Causes Two Fatalities on I-680 Near San Ramon

Fiery 3-car Crash Causes Two Fatalities on I-680 Near San Ramon

On August 12, 2012, two people were killed in a three-car wrongful death crash at 1:20 a.m. in the early morning that sparked a car fire on Interstate Highway 680 at the Crow Canyon Road freeway off-ramp in San Ramon, according to the California Highway Patrol.

A man was speeding when he caused an auto accident into a BMW convertible with a man and woman inside.

Both cars hit a large forklift and a pickup parked in a nearby Caltrans construction zone.

One of the vehicles involved started leaking gas after the car accident and the car blamed for the incident caught fire. Multiple passengers were reported to have be trapped in the vehicle that caught fire, according to the CHP.

Two people were declared dead at the scene, and a third was taken to a hospital with major personal injuries, CHP reported.

After the fatal accident, at around 5:40 a.m., there was a second accident: A car passing through the lane closures struck a parked, empty Caltrans truck.  No Caltrans workers were injured in either accident.

CHP says the driver in this second crash had minor personal injuries.

Attorney David Makkabi handles car accident cases all over the state of California. Our office gives free consultations over the phone 24 hours a day at 310-887-8000.

By |2019-12-05T13:21:32+00:00August 13th, 2012|Blog, Personal Injury|0 Comments

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David F. Makkabi is a lawyer who provides individuals and their families help at a personal level during their time of need, injury, or loss of a loved one. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of California at Los Angeles. He went on to attend Loyola Law School of Los Angeles from which he received his Doctor of Jurisprudence. David is licensed by the Supreme Court of California and has been admitted before the United States District Court in the Central, Southern, Northern, and Eastern Districts of California.