Whenever pedestrians are struck by vehicles, the chances of them suffering severe or fatal injuries are significant. A Pennsylvania resident recently suffered a fatal personal injury when he was knocked down by a car. Reportedly, the incident occurred shortly after 6 a.m. on a recent Sunday.
Losing a toddler in a crash that could have been avoided is naturally a devastating experience, and although recovery of damages may be sought, nothing can fill the void left by the tragedy. However, compensation could ease the financial burden caused by such a tragedy. On a recent Tuesday morning, a fatal auto accident that involved three cars claimed the life of a 3-year-old Pennsylvania girl.
Whenever alcohol and speed are combined, there can be severe consequences. This is once again evident in a serious car accident that occurred in Pennsylvania on a recent Friday. A collision between to vehicles caused death, injury and fire.
A child who died after being ejected from a car on a recent Wednesday morning was identified by the Northampton County coroner. The Pennsylvania State Police said the serious car accident that claimed the life of the 5-year-old boy occurred on a recent Wednesday morning. The boy was one of three people from a neighboring state that traveled as passengers in the car that crashed.
No person would want to be responsible for the death of a friend. However, it is quite common to see reports of fatal car accidents in which the negligence of drivers caused the deaths of passengers. A man from western Pennsylvania has to face the consequences of such an auto accident that claimed the life of his friend.
Riders of motorcycles in Pennsylvania are likely aware of the risks they take whenever they share the roads with other vehicles. For unknown reasons, some drivers of cars and trucks find it difficult to keep a lookout for bikers and collisions occur frequently. Unfortunately, motorcycle operators and their passengers have little or no protection against severe injuries, and in many motorcycle accidents, they lose their lives.
In what a fire chief labeled as one of the most unusual accidents he has attended to, a 39-year-old Pennsylvania man lost his life. This is just one of many Pennsylvania car accidents attributed to speeding. Reportedly, the fatal crash occurred in Mont Alto.
Losing a young child in a crash is likely one of the most traumatic experiences parents can experience. This was the fate of a Pennsylvania family whose 8-year-old son was recently killed in an auto accident in Westmoreland County. Police reported that the fatality occurred in Derry Township.
The trauma of losing a 16-year-old child cannot be imagined. When such tragedies result from car accidents that were caused by alleged drunk drivers, it will inevitably exacerbate the trauma. This is reported to have been the course of recent events that claimed the life of a Pennsylvania teenage pedestrian in an auto accident.
The deaths of three people in a recent crash in Pennsylvania likely gave rise to many unanswered questions. The driver who appears to have caused the deadly auto accident did not survive to explain his actions that led to the deaths of two others. According to the Pennsylvania State Police, the collision occurred on Interstate 81 in Susquehanna County.