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Car accident in Massachusetts kills 1

Drivers are not always aware of their surroundings, and can sometimes make detrimental mistakes that create dangerous situations. New drivers can have a more difficult time driving because of their lack of experience, and may not have the ability to react when dangerous situations occur. This can lead to accidents that seriously injure or even kill those involved in the accident. Unfortunately, one fatal car accident in Massachusetts killed a young girl recently.

The accident took place on the night of April 26 at around 11:30 p.m. and involved one vehicle. The accident occurred after the driver of the car lost control of the vehicle, drove off the road, hit a telephone pole and flipped the car. The two passengers in the back of the car were ejected from the vehicle.

Unfortunately, one of the passengers in the back was killed after being ejected. All other occupants were injured in the crash, but the extent of their injuries is unknown. The reason why the driver lost control is not known at this time.

Once the investigation of the fatal car accident has been completed and the reason behind the crash is found, the Massachusetts family of the deceased victim may have the right to seek monetary compensation for the loss of life. Compensation could be used by the family to pay for any of the victim's final expenses, as well as supplement the income of the family if they are unable to work while recuperating. Hopefully, the family will be able to come to terms with their loss and slowly return to their normal lives.

Source: WCVB, "Westport High School student killed in crash; 3 others injured", Steven Yablonski, April 29, 2014

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