Three Injured as a Result of Syracuse Car Crash

by | July 2nd, 2012

July 2, 2012

Three people were injured as the result of a Syracuse Car Accident that occurred late last week. According to an article published by The Citizen, the crash happened at around 11 a.m. this past Friday morning at the intersection of the eastbound Arterial and Veterans Memorial Parkway.

Accident reports show that the driver of a Dodge Charger was heading towards a local restaurant when he began to slow down for a yellow light at the intersection. Unfortunately, the driver of a pickup truck following the vehicle failed to slow down for the traffic signal and plowed into the rear of the Charger.

The force of the impact caused the head of the Charger’s rear seat passenger to go through the rear window, also causing the victim to bite through his tongue. Witnesses and rescue crews worked frantically to extract the man who, upon being freed, was airlifted to a local hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

The driver of the pickup and a female passenger also suffered injuries in the crash and were transported to the local hospital for treatment.

The Syracuse Personal Injury Lawyers with the William Mattar Law Offices understand the difficulties that injury victims face, both physically and financially, in the wake of a Syracuse Car Accident. That is why the firm would like to wish all of those who were injured in this crash a full and speedy recovery from their injuries.