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Intersection Data for Huntington Beach, California

Even in Surf City, California, being involved in a catastrophic injury case is pretty common. According to O.C.T.A. (Orange County Transportation Authority), Huntington Beach is host to four of the County's top 25 busiest intersections, making your chances of avoiding a car accident that much smaller.

The constant theme of Huntington Beach's busiest intersections is that they are all on Beach Boulevard. Beach Boulevard, the main street during the inception of Huntington Beach, was originally a cattle route for the main industry of the city's original prospects. Today Beach Boulevard is still a beehive of activity and continues to pose several problems for drivers, including safety.

Traffic Accident Statistics for Huntington Beach

From 2009-2014

  • Total Accidents: 13081
  • Injuries from Accidents: 8490
  • Deaths from Accidents: 71

Huntington Beach Accident Breakdown

Type of Accident Total Accidents Injured Killed

Huntington Beach DUI Accidents

Total DUI Accidents: 1758

From 2009-2014 there were 31 deaths as a result of 1758 DUI accidents, meaning that almost 2 percent of DUI accidents in Huntington Beach resulted in a death, or 1 death in every 56 DUI accidents. Huntington Beach is known for its fun nightlife atmosphere near the pier and the traffic in the surrounding area leads to many accidents, some of which are DUIs. These accidents are far more dangerous than normal accidents in which the drivers are usually clear-headed and focused.

Huntington Beach Dangerous Intersections

The following intersections are considered to be some of the most busiest intersections in Huntington Beach.

Beach Boulevard and Warner Avenue

The intersection of Beach Boulevard and Warner Avenue in Huntington Beach is the second busiest intersection with an average of 107,500 vehicles per day. There were 16 traffic collisions in this intersection in 2007, 13 in 2008 and 17 in 2009, according to Huntington Beach transportation manager Bob Stachelski.

Recently, a 78-year-old woman sustained critical injuries at this very intersection. Huntington Beach police officials say the injury collision occurred at the intersection of Beach Boulevard and Warner Avenue when a 1990 Acura driven by an 84-year-old man struck a female pedestrian. The pedestrian accident victim was transported to a local hospital in critical condition. An investigation is ongoing.

California law requires drivers to yield to pedestrians legally crossing the street in crosswalks and at intersections. California Vehicle Code Section 21950 states: "The driver of a vehicle shall yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian crossing the roadway within any marked crosswalk or within any unmarked crosswalk at an intersection." Unfortunately, most people don't abide by this law and in their hurry to get from point A to point B they could destroy lives.

Beach Boulevard and Edinger Avenue

An average of 103,500 vehicles a day travel through Beach Boulevard and Edinger Avenue, making it the fifth busiest intersection. According to Bob Stachelski, transportation manager for Huntington Beach, at this intersection there were 20 Orange County traffic collisions in 2007, 21 in 2008 and 31 in 2009.

Beach Boulevard and Heil Avenue

An average of 87,000 vehicles travel through Beach Boulevard and Heil Avenue in Huntington Beach, California. This doesn't count the endless stream of pedestrians walking back and forth across the street. Although pedestrians have the right away, it is not uncommon to see motorists swerve around them. Some of the worst wrongful death cases are a result of motorists not paying attention to the flow of pedestrians.

Beach Boulevard and Center

Beach Boulevard and Center in Huntington Beach carries an average 84,000 vehicles a day. Being right next to the mall and freeway, this area is a disaster zone. Drivers rarely yield and car accidents are common.

If you need an experienced Huntington Beach Personal Injury Lawyer who has proven time and time again to be the best. Pinpointing our city's dangerous intersections could lead to a safer future, and we want to hear about your experience. Our experienced attorneys are standing by to answer any questions you may have.

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