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Large Mastiff Puppy Causes Owner To Crash in Santa Ana

Around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday night, the Santa Ana Police Department received reports of rollover accident where the car had caught fire near the 1200 block of West Memory Lane. As police and medical responders arrived on the scene, they could see an 8-month-old Mastiff puppy and his owner sitting along the sidewalk.

Officer’s stated that the man was cut up and bleeding, but his injuries were fairly minor. After talking to the driver, police learned that the cause of the accident was because of his big puppy. Apparently the young Mastiff jumped from the back seat to the front where he caused the driver to slam into a median and lose control. Witnesses as stated that the car had overturned and soon caught fire. People quickly rushed over and pulled the dog and the driver out of the burning car.

Members of the drivers family came to take the young mastiff home while he was transported to a nearby hospital. Cpl. Anthony Bertagna of the Santa Ana Police Department said that the accident could have been much worst and that the driver and dog were very fortunate. The driver still received a citation for not having his dog secured.

Both dog and the owner were lucky that the could walk away with only a few scrapes and minor injuries. Most accidents in the Orange County area end very violently and cause devastating damages. If you or a loved one have been injured in an accident in Santa Ana and are not sure what to do, contact a Santa Ana personal injury attorney right away.

Accident in San Bernardino Kills Hesperia Man

Early Wednesday morning around 4:00 a.m., California Highway Patrol responded to a single-car accident that killed a 50-year-old man. According to California Highway Patrol Officer Brian Alvarez, the driver was traveling south on Cajon when he lost control and swerved off the road.

In a report, Officer Alvarez stated that the vehicle then continued through a chain-linked fence where it struck a tree. CHP pronounced the driver dead at the scene; he was killed on impact even with his seatbelt on.

Police identified the 50-year-old man as Jeffrey Loup. Investigator believes that drugs or alcohol were not involved in this accident. It’s very unfortunate that Jeffrey Loup lost his life in this tragic car accident. If you have been affected or injured in a car accident, contact our car accident attorneys in San Bernardino today.

Driver of Tractor Trailer Arrested After Hitting Motorcyclist in San Bernardino Mountains

A 63-year-old motorcyclist is now dead after a semi-truck ran a stop sign in the San Bernardino Mountains Sunday afternoon. The motorcyclist was identified as Rick Kagamaster of Irvine; he was pronounced died at 4:56 p.m.

The wreck took place at the intersection of All View Drive and the 18 freeway when 20-year-old truck driver Oscar Garcia ran a the stop sign and hit the 2002 Honda Goldwing motorcycle.

The semi-truck driver was unable to stop in time, and Rick was driven over by the rear wheels. Garcia was arrested for investigation of manslaughter; his bail has been set at $1,000,000.

It is a tragedy that 63-year-old Rick Kagamaster lost his life in this accident. If you have, or a loved on have been injured in a motorcycle accident in San Bernardino, contact our dedicated San Bernardino motorcycle attorney today.