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Suspected drug activity leads to serious car accident

| Jul 25, 2018 | Car Accidents |

Pennsylvania drivers are surely aware that whenever the rubber meets the road, there is the potential for a crash. Though most drivers do their best to obey traffic laws and practice defensive driving, on some occasions a serious car accident can be the result of another unrelated crime. In these cases, an innocent victim can suffer injuries. 

Recently, Pennsylvania police attempted to stop a vehicle operated by a man they later learned was allegedly involved in illegal drug activity. The driver reportedly refused to yield to the officers, and led them on a high speed chase up Toll Route 66. As the chase quickened, the suspect began to travel the wrong way into oncoming traffic in an attempt to avoid capture. The officers followed, utilizing their lights and sirens to warn innocent drivers of the danger. 

Unfortunately, a woman heading home from work was hit head on by the suspect’s vehicle. She was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment of the injuries she suffered. Though she personally was not the cause of the chaos, she was left with damage to her vehicle and physical pain. 

When drivers become the victim of a serious car accident, they may feel hurt and angry. It can be a tough situation when left to deal with injuries and damages caused by the illegal activity of someone else. In such cases, it can be helpful for victims to partner with an experienced attorney. An attorney may be able to help people as they attempt to deal with medical bills, insurance matters, legal cases and other headaches that often follow a car accident. 

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