Santa Ana Winds Causes Tree to Break, Fall on Car in Tustin
Tustin, CA (October 15, 2018) – A woman was killed when part of a large eucalyptus tree broke off and fell onto her car in Tustin. The fatal accident happened on the morning of October 15 at Red Hill Avenue.
The woman’s death was caused by the Santa Ana winds, which have been threatening the Southern California area. She died after she was trapped inside the car. She has not yet been identified. The tree, which fell at an apartment complex, also damaged a carport.
The winds are a concern, considering the low humidity and dry vegetation. There is a high risk of fire, particularly in the mountains, where wind gusts are expected to reach 65 mph.
Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of the victim. We understand what you are going through. The personal injury lawyers at Nadrich & Cohen have extensive experience in representing family members who have lost a loved one in an accident. Our legal teams have handled many tree fall cases over the last three decades.
Our team of investigators, lawyers and paralegals can help guide you through the process of making a claim and recovering from your unfortunate loss. Call 1-800-718-4658 today to speak with a wrongful death attorney at our law firm.