Salisbury Township, PA (November 5, 2023) – One person has died, and two others are injured after a two-car crash happened Wednesday morning in Lancaster County.
According to Pennsylvania State Police, the crash happened at about 3:40 a.m. on the 5000 block of Lincoln Highway in Salisbury Township.
Police said when first responders arrived, they found that both drivers and a passenger had serious injuries. All three were transported to Lancaster General Hospital by EMS, where one later died.
No further details were released, but an investigation is ongoing.
We offer our sincere condolences to the deceased victim’s family members. Our thoughts are with the injured victims in hopes of their full recovery.
Deaths in Pennsylvania Car Accidents
Rear-end crashes are the second most prevalent kind of car accident, according to data collected from Pennsylvania roadways over the last year. More than 20,000 incidents each year involving several vehicles are reported in Pennsylvania, so drivers there should exercise extra caution.
Reckless driving is a frequent cause of accidents. In Pennsylvania, cars that disregard traffic lights are the primary cause of rear-end accidents. Sometimes, it’s easy to see who’s at blame in a rear-end incident, but other times, it might be more complicated.
In a rear-end collision, the degree of injury is largely determined by the speed of the vehicle that caused the collision. Most rear-end collisions occur when one motorist suddenly stops, sending the vehicle in front of them careening into oncoming traffic.
If you were injured in a rear-end collision, the irresponsible driver should cover your medical expenses and lost income.
If a policyholder is rendered permanently disabled due to a vehicle accident, the insurance company may attempt to avoid paying for the policyholder’s long-term care or lost income and future earning potential.
If you’ve been in a car accident in Philadelphia or anywhere else in Pennsylvania, Spear Greenfield is here to help. If you’ve been in a car accident in Pennsylvania, give us a call at (215) 600-0681. If you need the assistance of a lawyer who is well-versed in Commonwealth law, we will find you one.
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