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Crash at intersection kills 1, injures 2 in Georgia

On Behalf of | Dec 29, 2021 | Car Wrecks |

It is no secret that intersections continue to be a hotspot for major collisions, even with the presence of traffic lights and signs to help control traffic patterns. Those who fail to adhere to similar measures while approaching an intersection may run a greater risk of creating a dangerous situation. A car accident that took place at an intersection in Georgia has reportedly claimed the life of one person and left two others with injuries.

The collision

Law enforcement agents reportedly responded to the scene of the collision at around 9:20 p.m. on a recent Thursday. According to initial investigations, the incident took place when the driver of a vehicle crossed into an intersection and crashed into the passenger side of a nearby car. Authorities say the driver of the first car was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash and was pronounced dead at the scene soon thereafter.

Emergency responders also advised that a passenger within the first vehicle suffered severe injuries in the accident. They say the driver of the second car was also injured, but the nature of this person’s injuries remains unclear. No further details about the crash were provided, and the investigation into the incident reportedly remains underway.

After a crash

A car accident that takes place at an intersection could run the unfortunate risk of placing the safety of everyone involved in jeopardy. Individuals in Georgia who suffer serious injuries or lose a loved one in a crash due to the actions of another party may wish to exercise their rights to seek restitution through the civil justice system, and they could choose to consult with an attorney for guidance in navigating the process. A personal injury attorney can examine the incident, provide a client with advice on his or her options, and assist in preparing a strategy with which to seek the full amount of compensation entitled.


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