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Secret Speed Traps in Huntington Beach


One of the leading causes of Huntington Beach car accidents is speed. To reduce the number of car accidents caused by speeding cars, police have set up speed traps where they find vehicles violating posted speed limits. The following locations have all been reported as speed traps.

Heil Avenue Between Bolsa Chica and Algonquin Street

An elderly man was hospitalized in 2007 after a vehicle collided with him causing head trauma. The injured man was rushed to the UCI Medical Center a head injury and possible internal injuries.

This is not the first accident to take place at this intersection. The posted speed limit for this location is 35 MPH. Unfortunately, a number of motorists will drive at whatever speed the neighboring cars are traveling. Whenever driving, be aware of the posted speed limit. Speed limits are designed to keep vehicles moving at a safe speed.

Talbert Avenue, Between Edwards Street and Springdale Street

Not even the police are safe at this dangerous intersection. In 2006, an unmarked police cruiser was parked on Talbert near Edwards Street. A second vehicle collided with the police car sending both drivers to the hospital. This area is obviously well enforced but a ticket should be the least of your worries.

Edwards Street near Garfield Avenue

A fatal personal injury accident occurred on June 26, 2009 when Mark Hampton was riding his motorcycle west on Garfield Avenue. According a news report in the Orange County Register, the motorcycle accident occurred on Garfield Avenue near Edwards Street.

Adams Avenue near Brookhurst Road

Joan Van Amersfoorth, 81, was fatally injured in a pedestrian-car accident crossing the street near Brookhurst and Adam. According to a news report in the Orange County Register, Amersfoorth was struck by struck by multiple cars and was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.

This intersection receives a great deal of traffic. It is important to drive defensively. There is no excuse for inattention while driving — especially when it takes the life of another.

Gothard Street near Slater Avenue

Robinette Glover, 62, was making a left turn onto Heil from Gothard when she collided with Zacchary Davis on November 11, 2009. Zachary spun south and slammed into a light pole according to Huntington Beach police.

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