[San Bernardino County, CA] – Natalie Bishop Killed in Vehicle Crash on Acoma Trail
Natalie Bishop Dies in Car Wreck on Acoma Trail Deadly Crash
Thursday, February 18, 2021 – Natalie Bishop, age 31, was killed on Saturday afternoon by 1:45 P.M. Moreover, the woman from Glendale passed away in a fatal vehicle wreck that happened on Acoma Trail.
Unfortunately, the deadly crash happened at the intersection with Sunnyslope Drive in San Bernardino County.
Allegedly, two jeeps collided into each other. Causing, one of the jeeps to land on its side.
Subsequently, Ms. Bishop sustained serious injuries from the accident. As a result, rescue officials transported her to Desert Regional Medical Center in Palm Springs.
Sadly, despite lifesaving efforts, her injuries were too much and she ended up passing away.
Afterward, no details were released by police if anyone else was hurt in the accident or not.
Different Types of Collisions
Car accidents can happen for many varied reasons.
There are several dynamics that could influence a vehicle collision.
Here are a few examples of the diverse types of auto collisions.
This type of collision often involves many different vehicles.
What is more, this type of collision primarily occurs on a freeway.
This type of collision will often yield many fatalities.
Furthermore, with so many vehicles tightly enclosed together, it can be difficult for rescuers to help.
Additionally, drivers are often hit from the side in these types of collisions.
Single Car Collisions
A single car collision involves only 1 car.
Still, while the vehicle may crash into a pole, tree, or building, innocent people can be at risk of getting hurt.
This type of collision can lead to property damages.
Also, there is a good risk of potentially life-threatening injuries.
A rear-end collision happens when a vehicle crashes into another vehicle that is in front of it.
Subsequently, the collision may be caused due to sudden deceleration of the vehicle in front of you.
Additionally, the vehicle in the back accelerating faster than the vehicle in front of it is another example.
A common injury related to rear end collisions, is whiplash.
As a result, the driver of the vehicle that rear ends the other vehicle is typically held responsible for the collision.
However, there are exceptions.
These types of accidents happen when two parallel cars contact each other.
Also, the amount of damage can depend on the speed and direction of the vehicles.
Although, the damage may be minimal, this type of accident can cause one of the drivers to lose control of their vehicles.
Unfortunately, people can get injured from this type of collision as well.
A Head-on collision is when two vehicles hit each other with their front ends.
Also, hood to hood is one of the most intense types of auto collisions.
Additionally, the result is quite often deadly for at least one of the drivers.
Side Impact Collisions
A side impact collision happens when the front of a vehicle smashes into the side of another vehicle.
These types of collisions have the potential to have fatal outcomes.
Furthermore, a common term for this type of collision is called a “T-bone.”
Due to, the shape of the vehicles forming a letter T.
To the family and friends of Natalie Bishop, 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.