A Massachusetts woman and man were injured yesterday in a car accident about 40 miles north of Boston.
Their injuries sustained in the Hudson, New Hampshire crash were described as non-life-threatening, law enforcement officials said.
A Hudson man was issued two tickets after the accident outside a bar at about 3:30 yesterday afternoon.
The Lowell, Massachusetts, woman, 48 years old, had to be extricated from the passenger seat by rescue workers after the crash, officials said later in a statement.
It took firefighters about 30 minutes to get her out of the 1992 Toyota Camry. She was then taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital.
The 42-year-old driver, also from Lowell, was also hospitalized with injuries.
The 23-year-old driver of the Ford Ranger also in the crash was not injured, officials said.
Police said that their investigation showed that the Massachusetts couple was pulling out of a parking lot when the New Hampshire man made a left-hand turn and collided with their vehicle.
The Hudson man was given traffic tickets for driving at an unreasonable speed and for operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license.
Last night, the Massachusetts couple was listed in stable condition at the hospital.
Anyone who is injured in a car accident caused by someone driving at an unsafe speed should contact an experienced personal injury attorney to learn of their legal options. In many cases, the accident victims will receive compensation for their medical expenses, lost wages, property damage and pain and suffering.
Source: Union Leader, “Massachusetts couple Injured in two-car Hudson accident,” April 21, 2013
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