Minor Injuries Sustained in Saint Georges Multi-Vehicle Crash

Multi-Car Collision Causes Injuries in New Castle County

Saint Georges Multi-Vehicle Crash

Minor Injuries Sustained in Saint Georges Multi-Vehicle Crash

Saint Georges, Delaware (August 13, 2017) – Bruises and minor injuries were sustained after three cars collided in New Castle County on Friday, according to officials.

The crash took place at approximately 12:15 p.m. August 11, on the Boulevard Lacroix in Saint Georges.

The incident occurred when the cars slowed down.

The occupants of the cars were examined by ambulance crews and treated for bruises and minor injuries.

The cars involved were towed away in 45 minutes after the crash.

Limited information on the cause of the crash and the number of victims affected was available.

The condition of the victims was also not immediately released.

Authorities are still investigating the incident to determine its cause and liability.

If you are a victim of an accident caused by the wrongful conduct of someone else, the most important thing to do is to contact a personal injury attorney. An experienced attorney can help you file a case and go through the complicated legal processes.

The personal injury attorneys at Edelstein Martin & Nelson-Wilmington have for the past forty years been fighting for justice for victims of accidents. If you have been involved in an injury accident, give us the chance to help you get your rightful compensation. Call us today at (888)-208-8864.

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