Woman killed in Rochester auto accident

by William Mattar | December 2nd, 2010

December 2, 2010

The Wall Street Journal reports that a woman was killed in a four-vehicle Rochester auto accident.

The woman was a passenger in a vehicle attempting to make a left turn.  The vehicle was rear-ended in the Rochester auto accident, which pushed the car into oncoming traffic. The vehicle was then struck by a truck.

Two other vehicles went off the road to avoid hitting the other cars involved in the Rochester auto accident.

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The victim was transported to the hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival. Do you think vehicles that strike from the rear should always be held responsible for causing Rochester auto accidents?

If you have been injured in a Rochester auto accident, the Rochester auto accident attorneys at William Mattar Law Firm can help you.