Daniel Luna Killed in Deadly Accident

Daniel Luna Killed in Deadly Accident

[Fresno County, CA] – Daniel Luna and 8 Others Killed in Head-on Collision on Highway 33 and Sutter Avenue 

Multiple Deaths in Fresno County Due to Auto Accident on Highway 33 and Sutter Avenue 

January 4, 2021 – Daniel Luna, age 28, lost his life on Friday night at around 8 P.M. Moreover, eight others also perished in a fiery head-on collision on Highway 33. 
According to reports, a man was driving his 2013 Dodge southbound on Highway 33, south of Sutter Avenue.  

Likewise, a 2007 Ford was traveling northbound with eight occupants. However, currently authorities have not disclosed the models of the involved vehicles yet. 
Furthermore, an investigation confirmed that the driver of the Dodge veered into the dirt on the side of the road. Unfortunately, this placed him directly in the path of the Ford. 

As a result, the two vehicles collided head-on with each other on the highway just west of Avenal. 

Later, the Fresno County Coroner’s Office identified the Dodge driver as Daniel Luna from Avenal. 
Afterward, results from the collision left the Ford on fire and stopped on the highway. Also, the Dodge was stopped as it straddled both lanes. 
Upon arrival, emergency crews found the Ford engulfed with flames.  Coincidentally, reports also confirmed that the car had five restraints for the eight occupants. 
Still, authorities are investigating the cause of the crash. Additionally, they have not disclosed the identities of the Ford occupants either. 
According to spokesperson Tony Botti, the Fresno County Coroner’s Office are still trying to identify all the victims.  

Furthermore, they clarified that the Ford driver was an adult. Sadly, all the Ford passengers were children. 
There are several situations in which you can lose control of your car. Always drive safely, your life is important! 

Here are 4 common driving tips for losing control behind the wheel: 

  • Brake Failure 

Imagine that you are trying to slow down or stop your car. However, a car in front of you is stopped. 

Next, imagine the moment you brake, and nothing happens. More than likely, it is because the car has lost its brake fluid. Another possibility is, too much wear and tear on the brakes. 

If your vehicle has a manual transmission, a great way to slow yourself is by downshifting.  Use caution, you can damage your transmission if you end up skipping gears.  

For example, downshifting from 4th gear directly to 1st gear. 

Unfortunately, it is a little more difficult to stop without brakes using an automatic gear system.   

Although, it does not work as well as it does with an automatic transmission. 

First, you will need to shift to a lower the gear. Then, you will need to apply the emergency brake. Finally, the car will slowly come to halt. 

  • Accidental Acceleration 

Sometimes, a car can take off like a rocket. It is not common; however, it does happen. When it does happen, it is often due to manufacture’s defect. 

For an out-of-control car, switch to neutral and keep applying brakes unless it stops.  

Afterward, make sure that the car’s accelerator works properly.  

Finally, check to make sure the area around the pedals is free from debris. 

Double check there is nothing that will get stuck underneath the breaks that may prevent you from stopping. 

  • Snowy Weather 

In snowy weather, it is easy to lose control of your vehicle. In fact, moving your car in the first place is one of the worst problems you can encounter. 

Icy conditions are hazardous. If you find yourself sliding on the ice, keep your calm. Also, do y0ur best to keep your vehicle pointed forward.  

The rules of sliding on ice are like those of hydroplaning.  

For vehicles without anti-lock brakes, gently pump on the breaks until you can come to a complete stop. Furthermore, do not try to slam on the brakes. 

Luckily, this happens automatically with automatic transmissions. 

  • Rainy Weather 

When it is raining, the most dangerous thing to encounter is the oil on the pavement after it stops raining. Luckily, it washes away as soon as the rain starts again. 

However, but it is still quite risky to drive on wet roads. For example, hydroplaning can be triggered in a few different ways. 

Hydroplaning is when your tires lose contact with the ground due to water. Resulting in, losing control of your vehicle. 

Also, speeding on a wet road doubles your chances of hydroplaning. 

Finally, it is important to remember these driving tips. What is more, they may save you or others if you ever lose control of your vehicle. 

To the family and friends of Daniel Luna, we at Salkow Law firm cannot begin to imagine what you are going through, and our sincerest condolences go out to you. 

Salkow Law are true advocates that will work with you directly to achieve justice. Insurance companies want to pay as little compensation as they can. They will even try to make your case go away completely. We will fight for you so that does not happen.

Unlike, the law firms you see plastered on billboards and buses, at Salkow Law you will receive a level of personal service long forgotten at the ‘big’ firms. With us you will not be a faceless, nameless case file. We’ll answer any questions you have and make sure you have a full understanding of how the process works.

This is especially true for families that have lost a loved one in an accident. We won’t stop until we’ve gotten you fair compensation to alleviate the financial toll that unexpected devastation brings. 

Call us for a free consultation at (310) 914 – 8484

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