January 24, 2017

A woman died Monday night in San Diego on the Interstate 5 during rush hour traffic.  Her car was found after she crashed into the center divider. The woman was confirmed dead on the scene. The California Highway Patrol told NBC San Diego, that her seatbelt was on and the airbags did deploy. They are assuming the wet weather played a big role in this accident. It is critical to drive slower in rainy weather and to stay alert on the roads. The team at Harris Personal Injury Lawyers send our deepest condolences to the friends and family of the woman.

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