Monday, May 14, 2012
Three Car Accident Sends Two to the Hospital
Traffic was interrupted for hours following a car accident involving three vehicles in Billings, Montana on May 9, 2012. Police say a female driver who failed to yield the right of way to an oncoming vehicle caused the accident. The collision forced the woman’s vehicle into a lumber truck stopped at a red light. Firefighters had to extricate a male passenger from the woman’s vehicle. Both he and the female driver were transported to the hospital. Neither of them sustained life-threatening injuries. The drivers of the other two vehicles were not injured in the accident. 1 800 411 Pain highly recommends adhering to traffic laws at all times. Something as simple as failing to yield to an oncoming vehicle with the right of way can produce devastating results.
1 800 411 Pain encourages motorists to drive as safely and cautiously as possible. Staying alert and aware of road signs and other drivers is vital. For more of the latest information on driver safety and accident news, visit www.411Pain-News.com. Robert Lewin, owner of 1 800 411 Pain, reminds you not to drink and drive and to always wear your seat belt.
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