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Head-on Collision with Tractor-Trailer in Seaford Injures Three Victims

Head-on Collision with Tractor-Trailer in Seaford Injures Three VictimsA head-on collision involving a tractor-trailer and a car left three victims with a range of personal injuries. Just after 11 pm, on Thursday night, the truck accident occurred in Seaford, Delaware when a car hit a tractor-trailer head-on in the intersection of Old Furnace and Middleford Roads. The driver of the car was taken to the Nanticoke Memorial Hospital with critical injuries, and one of the passengers incurred serious injuries, too. The other passenger sustained minor injuries, and the tractor-trailer driver escaped the head-on collision unscathed.

When small vehicles like cars engage in crashes with larger vehicles, the results may be devastating. Due to the size and girth of a tractor-trailer, any party involved in the accident may be at-risk for catastrophic injuries or potential fatalities. Oftentimes, injuries varying in severity accompany head-on collisions, including traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord damage.

If you or your loved ones have been seriously injured in a truck accident, the Georgetown truck 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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