Police Investigate Fiery Vehicle Accident
Goldsby, OK (December 17,2018) On the morning of December 17th, a fiery vehicle accident happened on Interstate 35 at mile marker 104. According to the reports, the accident happened shortly before 7:30 a.m., about 22 miles south of Oklahoma City. When emergency crews arrived at the scene, they found an unspecified number of people injured. The impact of the collision caused at least one of the vehicles to catch on fire. Crews shut down the northbound and southbound lanes as they worked to clear the scene. No further information has been released at this time. The accident is under investigation.
We are sorry to hear that people suffered injuries from this collision. We hope all injured parties recover quickly with little to no complications.
Vehicle Accidents in Oklahoma
Unfortunately, studies show that in 2016, over 40,000 people died after being involved in vehicle accidents in Oklahoma. There are various reasons why vehicle accidents occur, with the most common being negligence. When people decide to speed, drive under the influence, use their cell phones, and partake in any other distracting behaviors, they’re committing civil wrongs by putting everyone around them in danger. Other causes of vehicle accidents are mechanical issues and bad weather conditions. Once the police figure out what caused this accident and who will be held liable, it’s likely that personal injury lawsuits will be filed.
At McGuire Law Firm, we’ve helped thousands of clients obtain large settlements for their personal injury claims. We have the experience and expertise necessary to help our clients prove causation and liability. If you or someone you know was involved in a vehicle accident, call (405) 513-5658.