Greenbelt Chain-Reaction Crash Causes Fatality and Several InjuriesSeptember 27, 2018
In Greenbelt, Maryland, a chain-reaction crash caused a fatality and a variety of injuries for seven victims. On Thursday morning, before 10am, a car rear-ended a minivan and a bus on Greenbelt Road at Kenilworth Avenue. The driver of the car sustained fatal injuries during the accident, which involved two other vehicles.
Chain-reaction crashes commonly occur on congested roads or highways that are under construction. Drivers may spot the accident and fail to use caution when driving around the scene of the crash or become unexpectedly hit by a car directly involved in the initial collision. These types of accidents may result in a spate of injuries as well as potential fatalities for occupants of several vehicles.
If you or your loved ones became injured in a chain-reaction crash or another type of motor vehicle accident, call our Baltimore car accident lawyers at LeViness, Tolzman & Hamilton at 800-547-4LAW (4529). To schedule a free consultation with one of our skilled attorneys, contact us online.
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