Bullhead City, AZ – 2-Vehicle Crash on Topock-Davis Dam RdArizona Legal News
Bullhead City, AZ (September 26, 2019) – On Wednesday, September 25th, police responded to a two-vehicle crash at 600 Topock-Davis Dam Road in Bullhead City that injured one individual.
The Bullhead City Police Department responded to the accident. One party was injured and had to be taken to the Western Arizona Regional Medical Center for treatment.
Police said that 59-year-old Rhonda Hopkins, who was cited in the accident, failed to control a vehicle to avoid an accident. Her four-door sedan ran into the back of an SUV that was making a turn on the highway.
At this time, police continue their investigation into the circumstances leading up to the collision.
Our thoughts are extended to the victim and their family at this time. We hope that they will experience a full and easy recovery.
Car Accidents in Arizona
With over 130,000 accidents taking place in Arizona each year, it is no surprise that tens of thousands of these will end in hospitalization of the parties involved. When a victim is suddenly injured in a life-changing collision, they may face the reality of medical bills, future therapy, surgeries, and many other aspects they did not account for. Depending on the circumstances of the injuries, they may have permanent and lasting effects. This is why a victim should always take the time to speak with an Arizona car accident attorney about all of their options.
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