Speed And Icy Roadway Conditions Contribute To Single-Car Collision.

Five people were injured in a sing-car crash in Lebanon, Maine last month when the driver lost control of his vehicle. Police believe speed and icy roadway conditions may have contributed to the crash.

According to police, the driver lost control of her vehicle while traveling on a road with nearly 2-inches of packed snow. The vehicle collided with several snow banks before hitting a three-foot tree stump. The crash ripped the stump out of the ground, roots and all, and sent it flying 50 feet through the air. The car rolled several times off-road before coming to a halt upside down.

The 18-year-old driver, Kare Pimental, was taken to the trauma unit of Maine Medical center in Portland for head pain. She and the 18-year-old front-seat passenger were both released after treatment. The three backseat passengers, aged 19, 19, and 22, were also treated for minor injuries. In light of the dangerous crash, and the fact that none of the five passengers were buckled at the time of the collision, they are all extremely lucky to have walked away with only minor injuries.

Icy roadway conditions contribute to hundreds of Massachusetts car accidents each and every year. When speeding, distraction or alcohol is added into the equation, the damages can be devastating. If you or someone you know has been a victim of Massachusetts motor vehicle accident this winter, and would like to find out whether you have a viable legal claim for personal injury damages or wrongful death damages, please call 617-787-3700 or email info@gilhoylaw.com, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to speak with an expert Massachusetts snow and ice accident attorney, Massachusetts auto accident attorney, Massachusetts personal injury attorney or Massachusetts wrongful death attorney.

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