Pennsylvania auto accident seriously injures driver
January 27, 2009
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported a Pennsylvania auto accident around midnight on Friday night which seriously injured one man.
A 21-year-old man was driving east on Interstate 70 when he lost control of his car causing the Pennsylvania car accident.
The car drove off the road, up a hill, and hit a tree. It then rolled back onto the Interstate, when a mini-van, driven by a 66-year-old woman, travelling east crashed into it.
The 21-year-man was not wearing his seatbelt and was ejected from his car as a result of the Pennsylvania auto accident.
He suffered serious injuries in the Pennsylvania auto accident, while the woman was uninjured.
The Pennsylvania car accident lawyers at LundyLaw can help if you have been injured in an auto accident.