Police are investigating a deadly San Diego car accident involving an alleged drunk driver. Officials say 29-year-old John Mathew Hajosy was killed early Sunday morning when the car he was driving was struck head-on by a wrong-way driver.
According to police, the impact of the accident sent Hajosy’s car over the center media of Route 94, forcing officials to close almost the entire highway in order to get to the victim. Hajosy died at the scene.
San Diego police say alleged wrong-way driver was under the influence of alcohol. He and his passenger were transported to Scripps Mercy Hospital with only minor injuries.
If you or a loved one has suffered from an accident with an alleged drunk driver, don’t hesitate to act. Utilize your rights and claim for money lost in damages and/or medical bills. Contact a well-versed car accident lawyer in San Diego. Our firm of accident lawyers will guide you through the legal implications and the rights of those involved in suspected drunk driving accidents.
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