Sep 5 2017 0

Blake Lacy and Thomas Griffin were injured after their vehicles collided near Collinsville

A crash between a Chevy Pickup and a Ford Ranger left both drivers injured near Collinsville.

The driver of the pickup was identified as Blake Lacy and the Ford Ranger was driven by Thomas Griffin. A police report says Lacy pulled out of a QuikTrip parking lot when he drove into the path of Griffin’s vehicle. Police are unsure if Griffin didn’t have time to stop or if there was no time.

The crash resulted in Griffin being pinned for about 35 minutes before firefighters arrived with the Jaws of Life. After he was extracted from his car, he and Lacy were transported to a hospital in Tulsa where they were both treated for their injuries. An investigation is underway by police to determine what exactly caused the crash. As of now, police believe either Lacy or Griffin could be responsible but they will not name the aggressor until the investigation closes.

If you were injured in a crash due a drivers inattention or violation of road laws, you may be eligible to receive compensation. Injuries in a car accident can leave you out of work causing you to lose wages. If you support your family, you may can’t afford to miss work and pay for medical expenses. At Kent McGuire Law Firm, our personal injury attorneys will seek the maximum compensation in order to cover your future expenses. With an attorney from our firm, we promise to work tirelessly to see your claim honored. For questions concerning your case, call us at 888-352-0624. Injury claims have an expiration date, call us before it’s too late.


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