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Speed-related crash proves fatal

On Behalf of | Mar 3, 2022 | Car Accidents

While operating a motor vehicle at excessive speeds can be exceedingly dangerous, similar forms of negligence continue to be a significant concern. Not only can the presence of speeding increase the risk a car accident might occur, but incidents involving similar behaviors run a greater risk of carrying dire ramifications. Two individuals have died, and another has suffered critical injuries during a recent collision involving a speeding driver in Delaware.

The incident as reported

According to reports, the incident occurred on a recent Thursday night. They say it took place when the driver of a vehicle was attempting to navigate a turn into eastbound lanes of traffic. Authorities say that the vehicle crossed into the path of a driver who was traveling at a high rate of speed, and they indicate the car proceeded to crash into the first vehicle shortly after that.

Reports indicate that the crash’s impact caused two children to be ejected from within the first vehicle. One child was rushed to a medical facility in critical condition, while the other child and the driver of the first vehicle both died at the scene. Authorities say the incident remains under investigation and state that speeding appears to have been a contributing factor.

Reckless behavior leads to tragedy

Excessive speeding is a type of reckless behavior that continues to play a role in many collisions, and suffering harm or losing a loved one in a car accident involving such negligence can be a difficult thing to accept. Following the crash, the victim or surviving loved ones of the deceased could choose to consult with legal counsel for advice on their available legal avenues. An attorney in Delaware can help a client better understand their available options and prepare to seek the restitution deserved through the proper channels.

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