Violent Head-On Collision in Wagoner County
Violent Head-On Collision in Wagoner County
Sep 11 2018 0

Wagoner County, OK – Violent Head-On Collision on State Highway 51

Two Injured in Violent Head-On Collision

Wagoner County, OK (September 11, 2018) On September 11th, a violent head-on collision took place on State Highway 51. Officials state a driver somehow ended up in the wrong lane and crashed head-on into an SUV. The collision caused the SUV to get disfigured and severely damaged while the other vehicle nearly ripped in half. An emergency helicopter flew the driver of the SUV to a hospital in Tulsa, while other emergency responders transported the other driver to Wagoner Community Hospital. Medical professionals were shocked to discover that both drivers did not suffer life-threatening injuries. Police are still working the accident to determine what caused the collision.

Vehicle Accidents in Oklahoma

Violent Head-On Collision in Wagoner County

Vehicle accidents are highly dangerous because all drivers and passengers involved are at risk of losing their lives. Thousands of vehicle accidents occur every year, which usually causes thousands of injuries. The extent of injuries varies depending on the severity of the accident, but injuries usually fall within the categories of minor, severe, catastrophic, or fatal. Although both drivers did not suffer life-threatening injuries in this accident, it’s still imperative that they receive frequent checkups to ensure no future symptoms develop. Personal injury lawsuits will more than likely be filed since both drivers suffered injuries.

At McGuire Law Firm, we do everything within our power to ensure our patients receive compensation for their medical expenses, vehicle damage, loss of wages, emotional distress, and mental anguish. We know how accidents impact our clients and their loved ones, which is why we aid them every step of the legal process. If you, or someone you know, received injuries in a vehicle accident, call (405) 513-5658.

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Violent Head-On Collision in Wagoner County