Four Seriously Injured in Michigan Car Accident

June 12, 2013 |
Four Seriously Injured in Michigan Car Accident

June 12, 2013

A four vehicle collision in Oakfield Township earlier this week was responsible for leaving four people suffering from serious Michigan Car Accident Injuries. Records show the crash occurred around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon along 14 Mile Road, near Podunk Road.

An article from the Greenville Daily News explained that the driver of a tan Buick Century sedan had come to a complete stop along the eastbound lanes of 14 Mile Road before waiting to turn left into a childcare facility. Moments later, a white Chevy Silverado began to come to a stop behind the Buick.

As the truck came to a halt though, a maroon Ford F-250 pickup truck failed to recognize the traffic slowing in front of him and plowed into the rear of the Silverado. The impact forced the Silverado into the rear of the Buick. The truck then spun into the westbound lanes of the road and struck a Chevy Malibu.

Four victims were transported from the scene to a local hospital to receive treatment for their injuries. The authorities stated charges might be filed against the driver of the F-250 upon the completion of a full investigation.

The Michigan Personal Injury Attorneys with Michigan Injury Lawyers are aware of the difficulties created by injuries sustained in car accidents. The firm is here to help anyone who has been injured in a motor vehicle collision through no fault of their own.