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Fatal Car Crash in Frederica Claims Woman’s Life and Injures Three

Fatal Car Crash in Frederica Claims Woman’s Life and Injures ThreeA fatal car crash that occurred in Frederica, Delaware, claimed a woman’s life and injured three other victims. Around 9:15 pm, on Sunday night, the fatal car accident took place when two cars entered the intersection of Bowers Beach Road and Bay Road, and one of the vehicles struck a sedan on the driver’s side. Both cars then spun out and crashed into the median from different directions. The 57-year-old woman from Felton, Delaware who was driving the struck car succumbed to her fatal injuries after being transported to the Bayhealth Kent General Hospital. A 43-year-old man from Essex, Maryland and his two passengers sustained a variety of personal injuries and received treatment at the same hospital after the fatal car crash.

Side-impact collisions commonly occur within intersections and could leave victims with many types of injuries and potential fatalities. Even with the utmost caution drivers may engage in crashes like this although oftentimes distracted driving, speeding, or failing to obey traffic signals may contribute to side-impact collisions. Debilitating pain and injuries may adversely affect the quality of life for survivors of a serious car accident and may interrupt in their ability to earn an income.

If you or your loved ones have been seriously injured in a car accident, the Georgetown car accident lawyers at Jacobs & Crumplar, P.A. will 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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