Wrong-way car accidents often send people to the hospital

On Behalf of | Oct 22, 2019 | Car Accidents

No driver wants to see another vehicle heading straight toward him or her on the roadway. Unfortunately, some drivers fail to maintain the correct lane when traveling, and when they cross into the other lane of travel, head-on car accidents commonly occur. These events typically have serious outcomes and can cause injuries to those involved.

It was recently reported that a crash in Louisiana resulted in three people being taken to the hospital. The incident began around 2 p.m. when a car traveling south failed to stay in the correct lane. As a result, the vehicle crossed the dividing line and crashed into an SUV in the other lane. After the initial collision, another vehicle hit the SUV before colliding with the side of the bridge. The wrong-way car struck another vehicle before coming to a stop.

The report indicated that the driver of the first car left the scene of the crash, but authorities later located that person, who was then taken to the hospital. Two other individuals were also taken to the hospital, but details on any of the injuries that occurred were not given in the report. An investigation into the crash was ongoing.

Suffering injuries in car accidents can easily turn people’s lives upside down. They may need to miss work as they recover from injuries, find themselves unable to participate in activities that they once did and often face significant medical bills. The individuals injured in this Louisiana crash may experience these and other serious outcomes for which they could seek compensation. Filing personal injury claims against the driver considered at fault could be worth considering.

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