An accident has caused two people to sustain very serious injuries. The violent crash, which occurred on I-95, led to an elderly woman and her passenger sustaining life-threatening injuries.
According to authorities, the crash involved a sport utility vehicle and a second car. After the driver of the SUV failed a sobriety test, police concluded that he was likely driving under the influence of alcohol.
The SUV rammed into a car. The driver was a young lady and the passenger was possibly her grandmother. Incidentally, the female driver did not see the crash coming and could not have avoided the collision. First responders transported the young lady and the elderly woman to the nearest trauma center for prompt medical attention.
The crash led to a buildup of traffic. Authorities advised commuters to take alternative routes if possible.
The driver of the SUV sustained only minor injuries. Emergency crew cleared up the crash site to restore normal highway conditions.
Authorities have not released the details of the victims.
Marc Anidjar, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash: “Our hearts go out to the victims that were injured in this crash. It is devastating when someone has been injured as a result of an impaired driver. We hope that the two victim’s injuries are not life-threatening and that they have a speedy recovery. It is also important for those involved to contact an experienced auto accident attorney that knows how to help them through this difficult time.”
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