A total of four individuals were recently injured in a collision in Arizona. This particular car accident occurred more than 100 miles northwest of the Tucson area. Police are still in the process of investigating the cause of this crash.
According to a recent news report, four individuals were transported for medical care after a two-vehicle wreck. One of the vehicles is said to have T-boned the other, though, specifics were not released regarding which driver is believed responsible. One person, a 34-year-old male, was airlifted to a nearby hospital in critical condition, while the other three individuals, a 50-year-old woman and two teenagers, were transported for care via ambulance. The current conditions of all those involved have not been reported.
This accident forced police to shut down the road near the crash site for some time while an investigation was conducted. Authorities are trying to determine if alcohol was a contributing factor. It is unknown if any charges are pending against either driver.
Legal remedies are available to the victims of this car accident if they choose to seek compensation for the damages sustained. Personal injury claims can be filed against the drive, and/or owner of the vehicle, believed responsible for this collision. These claims can be filed in an Arizona civil court and, if litigation proves successful, monetary relief may be awarded. This compensation can go a long way in providing for the care needed for recovery and accommodating for any other financial losses suffered as a result of this collision.
Source: azcentral.com, "4 in hopsital after Anthem crash", Jerod MacDonald-Evoy, Feb. 12, 2015