Pennsylvania Auto Accident Leaves One Dead And Four Injured
May 24, 2012
Action 6 News indicates that a car accident happened Wednesday at 12:30 a.m. at the corner of Upper Gulph and Fletcher Roads in Tredyffrin Township.
Police say that the 25-year-old driver and his 23-year-old passenger were riding in a 2005 Mercedes Benz CLK 500 sedan along Gulph Road when the driver lost control of the vehicle and veered off the road. The car then struck a tree, which ignited an engine fire. The impact of the collision caused both passengers to be ejected from the vehicle, leading to injuries that required the men to be airlifted to a local hospital to receive treatment.
Then, at 7:00 a.m., another accident occurred along Route 29, outside Charlestown, Pennsylvania. A Ford Explorer was struck on the driver’s side by another vehicle, leaving one passenger dead and two others seriously injured. The victims were then taken to a local hospital. In the meantime, state police say that they will continue to investigate what may have been contributing factors in both crashes, including alcohol and speed.
Hearing about serious crashes makes many people wonder what one should do if you are injured in a Pennsylvania Auto Accident. The Philadelphia Personal Injury Lawyers with Lundy Law say to REACT:
- REPORT- the accident to the police
- EXPLAIN-the accident only to police and your lawyer.
- ACCUMULATE- information about the accident
- CONTACT- our law firm immediately for a free consultation
- TELEPHONE- your insurance company