Car crash in Prince George's County sends 3 to hospital

There are many factors that can play a role in a car accident, which occurs in Prince George’s County. These factors include alcohol, speeding, talking on a cell phone, running a red light, conversing with a passenger, tailgating and cutting in front of someone. When law enforcement arrives at the scene of a crash, it is their job to collect evidence, talk to witnesses, interview the drivers and then try to determine what caused the collision. Their findings can have a big impact on people’s ability to file a claim for compensation from the other driver’s insurance company.

It is unknown what caused a car accident that happened recently in Prince George’s County. The information was sparse, but it is known that one of the vehicles overturned. Inside, first responders found three people who were injured - a woman, a teenager and a toddler who was just two years old. The report did not reveal how many cars were involved in the crash, but images of the scene indicated that there were at least two damaged vehicles and the accident happened at an intersection.

There was also no statement as to whether officers were looking at the involvement of drugs or alcohol. It is further unknown if the victims are related to each other or if the occupants of the other vehicle(s) were injured. The toddler was reported as having injuries that were serious but there was no information that indicated what injuries the toddler had suffered.

When people are injured unexpectedly in a traffic accident, they face loss of income, pain and suffering from the effects of the crash and mounting medical debt. To learn what their options are, they may find it helpful to meet with an experienced attorney.

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