Friday, April 27, 2012
Two Children Flown to Hospital After Accident
Several were injured in a three-car accident in Fort Bend County, Texas. Among the injured, were three young children (two boys and one girl) traveling with their mother in a Ford Expedition. The young girl, age five, and her mother were transported to the hospital by ambulance. The two boys, ages two and six, had to be flown by Life Flight to Memorial Hermann Hospital after being thrown from the Expedition, into a pasture. Officials say that none of the children suffered serious injuries. The two boys were extremely fortunate, considering that neither of them was properly restrained with a safety belt. The mother and the other five individuals involved in the accident sustained relatively minor injuries as well. Everyone involved was very fortunate. Though vehicles were damaged, there were no fatalities and no major injuries.
411 Pain strongly recommends the use of seat belts whenever in a vehicle. When people are thrown from cars during an accident, the outcome is rarely as positive as it was with this case. 800 411 Pain is a company dedicated to educating motorists on safer driving habits. For more of the latest information on driver safety and accident news, visit www.411Pain-News.com.
Robert Lewin, owner of 411 Pain, reminds you not to drink and drive and to always wear your seatbelt.
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