The city of Oakland will pay $630,000 to a man who suffered a broken back in a crash with a police car, but city officials aren’t admitting liability in the case.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports the city agreed to make the payment to cover the medical costs for Daniel Pena-Marquez after the August 2006 crash.
Oakland city attorneys say the patrol car was responding to an emergency call when Pena-Marquez turned in front of it at an intersection. Pena-Marquez says the patrol car did not have its lights or sirens on.
Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/05/18/3637337/oakland-to-pay-for-medical-costs.html#ixzz1NFg2jUp0
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