January 21st, 2013|
January 18, 2013
Three people, including a 30-year-old Ohio worker, were badly hurt after being involved in a two-vehicle collision earlier this week. According to Cincinnati.com, the collision occurred at around 9:45 a.m. yesterday morning along Interstate-75, near the US Highway 50 interchange outside of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Reports indicate the two vehicles involved, a Scion and a Honda Accord, were traveling next to one in separate lanes when the Scion suddenly veered into the lane of the Honda and the two vehicles collided. The impact of the Ohio Auto Accident sent the Honda careening off the road, where it then struck the worker who was picking up trash along the Interstate.
The 19-year-old passenger of the Scion and its driver were both injured as a result of the Ohio Auto Accident, as was the worker who was hit. Rescue crews were called to the scene and transported all three victims to a local trauma center in order to receive treatment.
Investigators say they are continuing to look into what contributing factors may have played a part in causing the crash.
The Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy have been recognized for their success in assisting motorists who have been injured in car accidents that were no fault of their own and suggest discussing your legal rights with an attorney if you have been involved in such a collision.