News: Border patrol agent hurt in SUV vs. motorcycle crash in Imperial Beach

IMPERIAL BEACH, CA – Medics took a border patrol agent to the hospital Monday evening after a two-vehicle collision on a busy Imperial Beach roadway, reports The San Diego Union-Tribune.

The incident happened around 7:30 p.m. on 13th Street south of Coronado Avenue, which is west of I-5 and south of CA-75.

It’s still unclear what caused the crash, but police say the agent’s quad motorcycle collided with an SUV.

Police have not yet disclosed the extent of the agent’s injuries, but they have said that he went to the hospital in stable condition.

A full investigation is underway to determine the full circumstances of the accident.

If you’ve been hurt in a San Diego County motorcycle accident, you likely feel overwhelmed about the financial, physical, and emotional impact of the crash. Before you leave the scene of the accident, here’s what you need to do to give yourself the best chance of securing a settlement. First, after ensuring your safety and the safety of your passengers, insist that the other drivers involved in the crash provide you with their insurance information. Next, contact the authorities and request an official accident report, which will document the circumstances of the collision and provide essential evidence regarding liability. Finally, contact the San Diego area motorcycle accident lawyers at HHJ Trial Attorneys by calling 1-619-INJURED. You can also complete the contact form on our website to request a free consultation.

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