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Fatal Car Accident Involving Overturned Car in Seaford

Fatal Car Accident Involving Overturned Car Occurs in SeafordOn Monday afternoon, a fatal car accident in Seaford, Delaware claimed the life of one victim, and caused injuries to another individual. The crash occurred when a 31-year-old woman failed to stop in an intersection, and hit another car. The impact of the collision caused the woman’s car to overturn. The driver and her passenger, as well as the other driver, were brought to the Nanticoke Memorial Hospital for treatment. After arriving at the hospital, the passenger succumbed to fatal injuries while the driver who struck the other car was discharged from the hospital. The other driver required a transfer to the Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

Factors related to negligence, such as failing to obey traffic signals, contribute to many severe and life-changing accidents. Other reasons for motor vehicle crashes include drowsy driving, distracted driving, or intoxicated driving. When motorists engage in driver negligence, they may cause other drivers and passengers to suffer harm or even death.

If you or your loved one has been seriously injured in a car accident, the Delaware car accident lawyers at Jacobs & Crumplar, P.A. are here to assist you. To arrange a free consultation, contact us online or call 302-656-5445. From our offices in Wilmington and Georgetown, we represent individuals and families throughout the state, including those in Dover, Delaware.

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