Police Investigate Two-Vehicle Crash
Cushing, OK (December 21, 2018) On the 19th of December, a two-vehicle crash happened on 9th Street involving a 2008 Chevrolet Equinox and a Ford F 350. According to the reports, two 17-year-old teenagers were in the Chevrolet while a 58-year-old woman was in the Ford. The Chevrolet stopped at a stop sign but failed to yield when they pulled in front of the Ford, causing them to strike the elderly woman’s driver door, which sent both vehicles off the road. When emergency crews arrived, they had to extract all three injured victims from their vehicles. They transported the 17-year-old driver to the hospital in critical but stable condition for full body injuries. They transported the passenger to the hospital for head, trunk internal, and leg injuries. They transported the other driver, Sheri Claytor, to the hospital for head and trunk internal injuries. The accident is currently under investigation.
We are sorry to hear that all three injured victims are suffering from major injuries. We wish them all a fast and full recovery.
Vehicle Accidents in Oklahoma
Recent studies show that over 150,000 people are involved in vehicle accidents in Oklahoma every year, and most of them end up seriously injured. Depending on the severity of the accident, injuries can be minor, severe, catastrophic, or fatal. Sometimes injured victims are unable to heal properly and can no longer return to participating in regular daily activities. An individual’s life can change in a matter of seconds due to a vehicle accident that in most cases could have been avoided. Because three people were injured in this collision, it’s likely that multiple personal injury lawsuits will be filed depending on who the police deem liable for the accident.
At McGuire Law Firm, we’ve helped thousands of injured victims obtain compensation for their bodily injuries, property damage, loss of earnings, pain and suffering, and more. If you or someone you know was injured in a vehicle accident, call (405)513-5658 today.