Seven Injured in Fiery Multiple Car Crash on Mendocino Avenue and Fountaingrove Parkway in Santa Rosa

Seven Injured in Fiery Multiple Car Crash on Mendocino Avenue and Fountaingrove Parkway in Santa Rosa

ON February 13, 2018

Truck hauling debris from fire reportedly loses control and collides into multiple vehicles

A fiery multiple car crash occured on Mendocino Avenue and Fountaingrove Parkway in Santa Rosa at approximately 9:25 AM on Monday, according to CBS SF Bay Area.

Ten vehicles were involved in the collision with six of those vehicles catching on fire, according to the report. Witnesses report that the truck hauling fire debris lost control and collided into parked cars at the intersection, spilling debris approximately 250 ft. away.

Reportedly, witnesses and first responders worked to rescue people from their vehicles. Seven people were injured in the crash, three of which are in critical condition, according to the article.

Mendocino Avenue and Fountaingrove Parkway were closed as officials worked to clear the debris from the scene of the accident, according to authorities.

Authorities state that it is too early to say that the accident was caused by a brake problem in the truck.

At the moment, the identities of the persons involved in the accident are currently not released.

The investigation into this car crash is still ongoing. Further details will be released as it becomes available to the public.

We of the May Firm are saddened at the news of this accident. We would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the victims of this car crash.

If you have been injured as a result of a traffic accident or otherwise, you may be entitled to a personal injury tort case against the responsible party.  Contact The May Firm today for a free consultation and speak with one of our attorneys regarding your case and see all of the options you may have.  We have offices throughout California, including cities such as Stockton, San Luis Obispo, Orange County, and San Diego.  Call us today at 1-844-MAYFIRM.