Route 113 Crash Causes Multiple Injuries for Seven Individuals
A car crash on Route 113 in Snow Hill, Maryland caused multiple personal injuries for seven individuals. On Wednesday afternoon, the crash occurred around 2 pm when an SUV driven by a woman from New Church, Virginia failed to stop at a red light, and struck a sedan while turning onto Route 113 from Route 12. The passengers of the SUV included another woman, a nine-month-old baby, and a nine-year-old child who were all taken to the Atlantic General Hospital, along with the SUV driver for their multiple injuries. The woman from Berlin, Maryland, who was driving the sedan that was struck, was flown by helicopter to the Maryland Shock Trauma unit while her passenger was taken to the Peninsula Regional Medical Center for treatment of her injuries.
If a car accident is severe enough, the drivers and passengers of the vehicles involved could incur personal injuries, catastrophic injuries, or even fatalities. Depending on the level of impact one vehicle receives when another hits it in a side-impact collision could determine whether the injuries sustained by occupants of the vehicle are minor or fatal. If one driver fails to obey a traffic signal, the possibility of a motor vehicle accident is much greater.
If you or your loved ones sustained personal injuries in a car accident, contact our Maryland car accident lawyers at LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton. Contact us online or call 800-547-4LAW (4529) to schedule a free consultation.
Our offices are located in Baltimore, Columbia, Glen Burnie, and Towson, allowing us to represent victims of car accidents in Maryland, including those in Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Harford County, Howard County, Montgomery County, Maryland’s Western Counties, Southern Maryland, and the Eastern Shore, as well as the communities of Catonsville, Essex, Halethorpe, Middle River, Rosedale, Gwynn Oak, Brooklandville, Dundalk, Pikesville, Parkville, Nottingham, Windsor Mill, Lutherville, Timonium, Sparrows Point, Ridgewood, and Elkridge.August 10, 2017