Kalamazoo Accident Leaves Two Family Members Dead

January 9, 2014 |
Kalamazoo Accident Leaves Two Family Members Dead
Julia Jordan Scott

In an accident that happened last month, a minivan driven by Anneka Vels, 17 years old, slide off the road and crash into a large tree as she was attempting to drive herself and her brother Landon Vels to school. The car reportedly burst into flames upon impact and despite the heroic efforts of witnesses as well as fire fighters, the blaze could not be extinguished. Both teens were killed as a result. The Principal at Heritage Christian Academy in Kalamazoo canceled all classes and all school activities upon learning of the tragedy. It was announced that classes would be canceled the following day as well, though grief counselors would be made available for students.

Accidents inflict damage far beyond the obvious injuries and fatalities. Families will always feel the loss of loved ones, especially when the victims are children. Beyond the financial loss incurred in such cases, funeral arrangements for instance as well as all other monetary concerns involved in laying a loved one to rest, is the emotional trauma that will stay with family and friends for the rest of their lives.

The Personal Injury Attorneys of Michigan Injury Lawyers can't give you a loved one back, but they can help you get the compensation you deserve when a loved one is taken from you. With a well-rounded approach to each and every case they handle, you can be assured that they can help you with workers compensation, auto accidents, dog bites, medical malpractice, birth injury or wrongful death suits. Call the offices of Michigan Injury Lawyers for help today.