Abilene, TX – Car Crash on BUS-83 Leaves Two Injured
Abilene, TX (September 3, 2020) – An auto accident reported on Tuesday morning sent two people to area hospitals with injuries. Just before 9 a.m., on September 1, the Abilene Police Department and firefighters responded to the scene of an auto accident on Business 83.
Reports provided by the Abilene Police show that a blue 2014 Mazda, which was occupied by a 67-year-old female, collided with a black 2012 Lexus, which was occupied by a 60-year-old female. The two vehicles then collided with a white 2020 Kia, which was driven by a 61-year-old woman.
The impact of the crash resulted in extensive delays in traffic throughout the area. The Lexus and the Mazda both sustained severe front-end damage in the crash. The Kia sustained minor damage to the front-end.
The driver of the Mazda and the driver of the Lexus were both injured. Both women were transported to local hospitals for treatment of injuries. At this time, the police in Abilene are furthering their investigations surrounding the crash.
Our thoughts are with the victims, their families, and those impacted by this accident.
Car Accidents in Texas
Roughly 20,000 people are left seriously injured from car accidents across our state each year. Although we can take proactive measures to ensure we do not harm other drivers, there is no guarantee that those sharing the road will take the time to consider you as well. The unfortunate truth is that nearly 80% of collisions throughout our state each year are caused by driver error. When drivers talk or text on cell phones, change radios, eat, or drive impaired, they place the lives of thousands of others sharing the road at risk.
Depending on the type of accident, the speed at which vehicles are traveling, and various other factors, victims are likely to sustain broken bones, brain injuries, and spinal cord injuries in collisions. There are numerous treatment options available for victims. Regrettably, they come at an extraordinary cost. Victims who are injured in preventable accidents as a result of other motorists can reach out to a truck accident attorney in Abilene to explore legal options available that may help them obtain compensation to cover the costs for care and other financial burdens they face after collisions.
Abilene personal injury attorney Tara Gilmore-Low at Low Law Firm has extensive experience helping victims move forward after being injured in avoidable accidents. Our team provides effective and trusted legal representation to ensure our clients are able to move forward in the best position possible after their accidents. We are dedicated to helping our clients obtain the financial resources they need for medical treatment, lost wages, and various other financial burdens they face after accidents. If you have sustained injuries in an accident as a result of another driver’s actions, contact the personal injury attorneys in Texas at Low Law Firm by calling (325) 455-1889 to see how we can help you.
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