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Santa Cruz County, CA – A serious crash in Davenport early Tuesday morning, June 4, 2024, resulted in five people being transported to the hospital, according to KSBW.

CAL FIRE reports that the single-vehicle accident occurred around 5:45 AM. Emergency responders were dispatched to the scene and found five individuals injured. Of the injured, two suffered critical injuries, with one requiring a life flight to the hospital due to the severity of their condition.

The precise circumstances leading to the accident are not yet clear, and authorities are working diligently to piece together the events that led to this tragic incident.

The community is urged to stay vigilant on the roads and keep the victims and their families in their thoughts during this difficult time. Authorities are appealing to anyone who might have witnessed the crash or has any information to come forward and assist with the investigation.

Liability in Single-Vehicle Collisions

In some circumstances, investigations can reveal that some portion of the liability for a single-vehicle collision might fall upon other drivers in the vicinity of the accident or even unsafe roadway structures. Working through the particulars of liability to help victims and their families find proper compensation is one of the many services a personal injury attorney can provide.

Once liability has been established, a personal injury attorney can also negotiate on behalf of the victim with insurance companies, who will always seek to minimize the payout for any claim they cannot deny.

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