Two teens injured in Utica auto accident
May 27th, 2010|
May 27, 2010
WKTV reports that two teens were seriously injured in a Utica auto accident. According to witnesses at the scene, the vehicle driven by a 17-year-old male may have been traveling at speeds between 80-90 mph when it crashed into a tree.
The Utica driver and front-seat passenger suffered serious head injuries in the Utica auto accident. Two other passengers suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries. One of the passers told Utica police that they were at a local bar before the accident. However, the owner denied the teens were in his establishment.
Police are investigating if alcohol played a factor in the Utica auto accident.
If the teens were in fact drinking at a Utica bar, should the owner be held liable for the Utica auto accident?
If you or your teen has been injured in a Utica auto accident, the Utica auto accident attorneys at William Mattar Law Firm can help you.