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Crash Casualties, One Dead and One Injured

Two New England motorists were involved in an automobile accident last week, authorities revealed to a New York Criminal Lawyer. The vehicle operator was killed. There was one passenger in the car, who was injured and hospitalized. Local caregivers told authorities that the passenger was in serious condition.

Authorities explained that the incident was a one vehicle accident.The vehicle operator was found dead in the car when officers arrived. Formal announcement of his passing was announced a short time later.

Friends of the deceased organized a temporary memorial. The vehicle operator’s car had struck a service pole, which killed the driver on impact according to forensics estimates of vehicle speed. Friends of the deceased placed the memorial right next to the service pole. Visitors to the memorial commented on seeing the deceased relatives lighting candles. Memorial scenes have in recent years become very popular ways for friends and relatives to convey respects to the victim and the victims’ families.

Relatives were speaking openly to those gathered about their lost loved one. Some of the comments were about how “cool” he was. Others addressed how he cared so much about his kinfolk. The deceased is survived by his mom, a brother, and a sister. It was relayed to authorities that the deceased was the middle child in the family. The deceased was going to be celebrating his birthday next month.

The apparent cause of the accident is unknown at this time, according to a Long Island Criminal Lawyer. Of course, weather, driver vision impairment, condition of the vehicle, and the status of the relationship inside a moving vehicle between driver and passenger are all being investigated. No information was available at press time from hospital records as to whether police were yet ready to interview the injured passenger, or if the passenger was in any condition to recall events as they occurred during the accident

Your involvement in an accident could lead to criminal charges being filed against you. Don’t forego your right to representation if charges are filed. Speak to Stephen Bilkis and Associates for advice and a free consultation.

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