Three Alabama Auto Accidents Leave Two Dead and Two Injured
July 24th, 2012|
July 24, 2012
It was a busy weekend for law enforcement in the state of Alabama. According to reports from the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, three separate automobile accidents in less than 24 hours have left two injured and two others dead.
The first Alabama Car Accident happened at just after 9 p.m. this past Saturday night, at the intersection of North College Street and Magnolia Avenue. It was there that Captain Tom Stofer, from the Auburn Police Department, says that a 23-year-old driver lost control of his vehicle and crashed into two pedestrians walking near the road. The pair was transported to a hospital for treatment.
Just after midnight Sunday morning, College Street was the site of a fatal accident involving a 21-year-old Auburn University student. Reports indicate the man died after striking three cars at the intersection of South College and Shug Jordan Parkway. One other person involved was taken to the hospital for treatment.
An hour later, a 17-year-old girl died as the result of a crash on Highway 50. The Alabama Highway Patrol says that a preliminary investigation has determined that the teen lost control of her vehicle and veered off of the highway just moments before the fatal collision.
The Alabama Personal Injury Lawyers with Norris Injury Lawyers would like to send their deepest sympathies to the families of those that died, and would like to wish the survivors a full and speedy recovery from their injuries.