Pickup Truck Plows Through Light Pole in Tragic Accident | Colorado Springs Car Crash Attorney

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Medical emergencies and many other unpredictable events are possible while driving, causing many dangerous traffic accidents. According to the Colorado Springs Gazette, a tragic fatal accident involving a black pickup truck has investigators further questioning the cause. The accident occurred on Thursday along Westmeadow Drive in Colorado Springs. The truck was traveling north when the driver turned off the road and drove directly into a light pole, destroyed a bus bench and finally crashed into landscaping boulders. The driver of the vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene and was wearing a military uniform at the time of the accident. The police have reported that there is no indication that the driver made any attempt to slow down or turn to avoid any of the objects. Westmeadow Drive was closed while police officials cleaned the accident. The crash is still being investigated by the police.

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Even though no other vehicles were involved in this accident, the truck could easily have swerved the other direction into on-coming traffic and caused further injuries. Because of this, everyone should be aware of their surroundings and allow plenty of space between themselves and other vehicles in order to avoid unanticipated traffic collisions.

If you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a car accident and have questions concerning your case, contact a professional Colorado Springs car crash attorney today. Personal injury from a devastating car crash due to a negligent driver is a difficult time for you and family members. Sarah Christensen is an experienced and dedicated personal injury attorney who will work with you to ensure that someone else’s negligence does not cause further financial hardships. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION, contact Sarah Christensen at (719)634-7770.

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