May 31, 2013
Two teens were killed as the result of a Connecticut auto accident lawyers that occurred this past weekend. Reports indicate the crash happened on Saturday night along Abbe Road.
According to an article published in the Hartford Courant, the 19-year-old driver of a 2003 Ford Expedition, carrying four other passengers, veered off to the shoulder and struck a tree. The impact of the collision killed a 15-year-old girl from East Windsor and an 18-year-old male from Vernon. The driver and two other victims sustained injuries in the crash and were rushed to a local hospital for further treatment.
Police are just beginning to investigate the accident. They have planned to conduct interviews with each of the surviving crash victims, as well as searching the vehicle for further clues as to what may have caused the teens to crash.
While police are left searching or the crashes cause, one recent study suggests that distraction from passengers may have played a role. The AAA Foundation recently revealed test results that showed the number of underage passengers in a teen’s vehicle directly correlated with increased chances of an accident occurring.
The Connecticut Personal Injury Lawyers with Carter Mario Injury Lawyers would like to send their deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims.