Law enforcement officials report an accident on I-75 left a woman critically injured after a crash. A vehicle lost control and swerved all over the interstate before colliding with her.

According to the news release by authorities, the crash happened on I-75 where the driver of a Chevrolet Impala was traveling west and lost control. He veered off the roadway, then over the median and finally swerved into the southbound lanes. Reports say the vehicle came to a halt after colliding with another car driven by a 24-year-old woman. Officials did not say why the first vehicle lost control and say they are still investigating.

EMS arrived to the scene of the accident soon after it happened to administer first aid to the injured victims. Emergency crews reported that the woman in the car that was hit suffered critical injuries and was transported to the hospital for further treatment.

Police say the crash is still under investigation and no other details were immediately released.

Comments:

Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “This was a serious accident that led to a 24-year-old woman sustaining severe injuries. It appears that the driver of the Chevy may have caused this accident.  We recommend that all parties involved speak to an experience car crash attorney to help guide them through the aftermath of this accident.  We also advise drivers to drive with caution and to always use a seat belt whenever you are traveling in a car, SUV or truck.”

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