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Crash Involving 4 Big Rigs in Gorman


A chain reaction rear-end collision involving four big rigs happened in Gorman on Tuesday.

The accident occurred about 1:30 a.m. on the northbound 5 (Golden State) Freeway, just north of State Route 138 in Kern County.

According to the California Highway Patrol, a big rig was slowing when another big rig slammed into its rear, followed by the two other big rigs slamming into them.

At least one of the drivers was injured. He was airlifted to Henry Mayo Hospital and was reported to have suffered severe leg injuries.

Three of the four big rigs were carrying steel beams and furniture. One of the big rigs jackknifed and the steel beams it was carrying slammed through the cab of another big rig.

If you have suffered injuries in a truck accident, you should speak with a personal injury lawyer to learn about your right to compensation. You are entitled to compensation for your injuries, medical bills, pain and suffering, loss of income, damage to your truck, and loss of use of your truck during the time it is being repaired or until you are paid on its totaled loss.

The attorneys at McGee, Lerer & Associates specialize in serious injury cases. We represent many truckers who have been involved in trucking accidents. We are familiar with the issues involving damaged big rigs and loss of use of the trucks.

We have four office locations: Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Pasadena and Long Beach.

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