Motorist Flees Crash with Guitar Later Arrested

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December 13, 2011 – I was surfing online and saw a pretty grim news report with a strange twist. So I decided to write about it. According to reports the driver of a vehicle that crashed and fled the scene carrying a guitar, but was later arrested. According to California Highway Patrol Officer Denise Quesada the collision occurred at approximately 5:30 a.m. in the westbound lanes of the 22 Freeway at Euclid Street. CHP Officer Quesada stated that the driver fled the scene carrying a guitar after crashing into the center divider in the westbound lanes of the 22 Freeway.

According to the Garden Grove Police the driver was later detained on the freeway at Trask Avenue and Harbor Boulevard, after receiving a description of the man from the California Highway Patrol of a man walking with a guitar. The California Highway later arrested the man. The crash blocked the No. 1 and 2 westbound lanes of the 22 Freeway, while CHP officers investigated the scene of the crash. I hope this guy doesn’t need a personal injury lawyer, because I doubt they would want the case. But then I said, wait a minute, maybe a person was hurt he crashed. There was not enough info to tell. So I did some more research to see who takes these car crashes as lawyers.

I went to Google and did a search for car accident attorneys in the Los Angeles County and Orange County areas. I was looking for an experienced and aggressive lawyer. I found a former United States Marine named Michael Ehline. I read his bio and figured I would write about him here. His name is Michael Ehline. If you were seriously injured in Northern or Southern California, I recommend you contact them at: 50 Francisco Street, Suite 460 San Francisco, CA 94133 USA +1.415.684.7688.
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Above is the map to the Ehline Law Firm PC location in Los Angeles, but they can serve Redondo Beach, Marina del Rey, Santa Monica, Laguna Niguel, San Bernardino and Riverside cities like Corona, California. Check em out.

17. December 2011 by sndlatina
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