Kevin Olivera Hit & Killed in Riverside California

June 28, 2023

One of Two Men ID’d in Fatal Pedestrian Crash in Riverside

Late Sunday night, tragedy struck in Riverside, California as two men, and a dog were killed after being struck by an unlicensed teenage driver. The incident occurred near the intersection of Van Buren Boulevard and Challen Avenue, and the victims have been identified as Kevin Olivera and another man.

According to reports, the teenage driver was speeding when he hit the two men and their dog, who were walking near the road. The driver was found to be unlicensed and was taken into custody by authorities.

This unfortunate incident highlights the dangers of reckless driving and the devastating consequences that can result from it. Pedestrian accidents are unfortunately common in California, and it is crucial for drivers to exercise caution and follow traffic laws to ensure the safety of everyone on the road.

For those who have been injured or lost a loved one in a pedestrian accident, it is important to seek legal support and guidance. Avian Law Group understands the complexities of these cases and is committed to advocating for individuals and families affected by these tragedies.

If you or someone you know has been involved in a pedestrian accident, do not hesitate to reach out for legal assistance. Avian Law Group is here to help and seek justice for those affected by these devastating incidents. Let us help you secure the compensation and closure that you deserve.

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