Car accidents occur throughout the state of Maryland on a daily basis. On some days, there are more accidents than others.
This past weekend was a dangerous one in Anne Arundel, with several car accidents leading to injuries. As the result of three accidents, four people were taken to local hospitals.
In addition to a single vehicle accident at Route 32 and Interstate 97, a two vehicle accident occurred in Pasadena. As a result, a 25-year-old man was taken to a local hospital for the treatment of life threatening injuries.
In this accident, a 28-year-old woman was traveling west on Mountain Road when she attempted to turn left. By doing so she drove her car into the path of a truck driven by a 40-year old man.
In the third accident, emergency crews responded to an incident in Pasadena. Upon arriving, they found a 22-year-old woman and a 23-year-old woman suffering from serious injuries. As a result, both were taken to a local hospital by ambulance. Two other people in the accident refused treatment for injuries.
This story goes a long way in showing how dangerous the roads can be. In this case, three accidents occurred around the same time, with each one leading to injuries. As a result, several people were taken to the hospital for treatment.
Our Maryland readers are aware that an accident can happen anywhere, not just in Anne Arundel. Those who are injured in an accident may consult with an attorney to discuss their rights and determine how to proceed with getting their life back on track.
Source: Capital Gazette, "Overnight accidents in Anne Arundel send four to shock trauma" Tim Pratt, Mar. 23, 2014