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Train Crashes into Van at Folsom Blvd, Marketplace Ln, Injuring 1 in Rancho Cordova

Rancho Cordova, CA — According to Fox40, a man was hospitalized Thursday, June 6, 2024, when a SacRT light rail train struck his van shortly before 2:45 PM near the intersection of Folsom Boulevard and Marketplace Lane.

Emergency responders quickly arrived at the scene, where they found the van with severe damage to its front and driver’s side. Photos released by Metro Fire depicted the extent of the destruction, including a damaged railroad light pole, a severely bent driver’s side door, shattered windows, and a heavily cracked windshield.

The driver of the van was transported to a nearby hospital by ambulance. Fortunately, officials reported that the driver is in stable condition, despite the severity of the crash.

Both the California Highway Patrol and Rancho Cordova Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the collision. Details about the cause of the accident are still being gathered, and authorities are working to determine how the van came to be on the train tracks.

Personal Injury Claims

Establishing fault in a collision can depend on various factors, and the state of California allows for partial liability to be allocated to multiple parties. Helping to determine legal liability is one of the ways that a personal injury attorney can help victims as they are recovering from a traffic accident.

Suppose it is determined that the actions of another party contributed to their injuries. In that case, victims may be eligible to file a personal injury claim with the insurance provider of those at fault. A personal injury claim can provide compensation to help cover hospital fees, burial costs, and the loss of income due to time taken off work for recovery.

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