One Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash
Lindsay, OK (January 12, 2019) On the night of January 10th, a two-vehicle crash happened on State Highway 19 about three miles east of Lindsay. According to the reports, a 42-year-old named Jeffrey Rowland drove a 2018 Chevrolet Silverado down the highway when he crashed into a 1999 Ford Taurus driven by 55-year-old Bethany Curry as it turned into a private drive.
When the paramedics arrived to help, they found both vehicles damaged on the side of the roadway just after 6:00 p.m. Fortunately, neither Rowland nor his passenger, 44-year-old John Simmons, sustained any injuries. However, Curry sustained head, leg and trunk internal injuries and external injuries. Lindsay E.M.S. ambulance transported her to Norman Regional Hospital for treatment.
The accident is currently under investigation.
We are sorry to find out that Curry is suffering from serious injuries. We wish her a full and fast recovery.
Vehicle Accidents in Oklahoma
Studies show that driver’s error is the reason for most vehicle accidents in the United States, which is why most them could be prevented. However, drivers still decide to use their cell phones while they drive because they believe they can safely multi-task, which has been proven to not be true. Other forms of negligent driving include driving under the influence, falling asleep at the wheel, conversing with passengers, and more.
Once the police figure out who had the right of way between the two drivers and what led up to the crash, Curry may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit with the help of an Oklahoma personal injury attorney.
At McGuire Law Group, we have over two decades of experience helping clients prove their negligence claims and obtain maximum compensation for all damages and losses. If you or someone you know was injured in a vehicle accident, call (405) 513-5658 today.