Domino’s Pizza Accident: Out of Control Driver Crashed Into Domino’s Pizza Leaving Two People Injured at a Strip Mall On Mission Trail
WILDOMAR, CALIFORNIA (November 16, 2018) Two people sustained injuries after a car crashed into the storefront of a Domino’s Pizza at a strip mall on Mission Trail.
Riverside county fire officials are saying that the female driver of the car lost control. Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the crash. Authorities were investigating the collision in order to determine if a mechanical malfunction possibly contributed to the crash.
Witnesses are saying that the woman was driving erratically in the parking lot before plowing into the store. The woman operating the car nearly hit a man pumping gas and plowed over several mailboxes before ending up in the Domino’s Pizza.
An investigation into the accident remains ongoing.
Liability In Car Accidents Where Vehicles Drive Into Stores
Drivers have a responsibility to operate their vehicles in a reasonably safe manner and to take steps in order to avoid hitting other vehicles. When a driver puts their car through a storefront that is usually indicative of negligence or a malfunction. A number of older drivers confuse the gas pedal and the brakes. “Pedal confusion” is actually quite common and contributes to thousands of accidents every year. Victims of car accidents will normally be able to file a bodily injury claim in order to recover damages for lost wages, medical bills and pain and suffering.
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