Grandmother Dies after Rancho Cordova Home Crash at Georgetown Drive and Coloma Road
Rancho Cordova, California (January 20, 2020) – A grandmother suffered fatal injuries and two others hurt after a car slammed into a home in Rancho Cordova Sunday evening, according to authorities.
The fatal collision happened on the corner of Georgetown Drive and Coloma Road in Sacramento County at around 4:30 p.m. January 19.
As per the CHP officials, a grandmother, her son and his wife were at home watching a football match when a Kia Optima slammed into their home.
Two persons were freed from underneath the car where they were pinned. A hole was cut into the other side of the living room by responding emergency crews to rescue everyone.
The grandmother died in the collision. The son and his wife suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Diana Burdick, a next-door neighbor told officials that this was the second crash in two decades to happen to the same house.
No other information regarding this crash was provided.
An investigation is underway.
Managing Partner and CEO Alpine Law Group, Mr. Arin Khodaverdian believes that car accident claims are rarely straightforward regardless of the circumstances involved. “Liable insurance companies will often do everything possible to limit their out-of-pocket expenses by either devaluing or outright denying your claim and it is crucial, therefore, to have an experienced attorney on your side” He said.