Several people were transported for medical treatment following a recent crash in Maryland. This incident is said to have occurred a couple hours southeast of the Baltimore area on Sept. 5. Authorities take car accidents such as this one very seriously, and they are, undoubtedly, working diligently in order determine what led to this particular event.
Few details regarding the cause of this incident have been reported. However, it has been indicated that one of the two vehicles involved ran a stop sign. A total of five people were hurt as a result of the collision, one of which is said to be a young child. Three of the injured were able to escape the wreckage on their own; one individual was thrown from a car, and one was pulled out of a vehicle by the other passengers. The current conditions of the injured are unknown.
Police have not released any information about the individual believed responsible for this collision. Authorities did not specify if this person was one of the injured. It is also unknown as to whether any charges are pending against anyone involved in this incident.
Car accidents that result in injuries can leave victims hurting not only physically, but financially and psychologically as well. In accordance with the laws of Maryland, those injured in this wreck may have legal recourse. Personal injury claims filed against the individual believed responsible for this collision, if managed successfully, may result in an award of financial relief. If recovered, these funds would help the victims recoup any monetary losses suffered and allow them the ability to focus on recovery and moving forward from this terrible incident.
Source: wboc.com, "Update: 5 Sent to Hospital Following Two-Vehicle Crash in Salisbury", Sept. 5, 2015