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Car accident in Massachusetts injures 3

Those who drive in a negligent manner can quickly create dangerous situations, but when the driver is speeding as well, the situation can escalate faster than expected. These situations can turn into accidents that take place before anyone can react and leave those involved seriously injured. Unfortunately, a car accident in Massachusetts left three people with serious injuries recently.

The accident took place in the early morning of April 2 at around 12:15 a.m. and involved two different motor vehicles. The accident occurred after the two cars collided and resulted in one person being ejected from their vehicle and another being partially ejected. Emergency personnel arrived at the scene of the accident, and two of the victims were transported to the hospital by helicopter.

The extent of the injured individuals was not stated, but there were no fatalities from the accident. The accident resulted in the road being closed for almost three hours while the scene was investigated. The accident is still under investigation, but speed was likely a factor.

Once the car accident has been thoroughly investigated by Massachusetts police and the driver at fault is found, the victims may have the right to seek monetary compensation. Compensation could be used to pay for any medical bills resulting from the injuries that were suffered because of the accident and help supplement the victim's income if they are unable to work. Hopefully, compensation will allow the victims to focus on recuperating and returning to their normal routines instead of worrying about new bills and suffering further.

Source: Medfield Patch, "Speed a Factor in Violent Medfield Accident that Sent Three to Hospital", Matt Perkins, April 8, 2014

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