Two 21 Year Old Adults Severely Burned Due to Fiery Sun City Car Crash
Sun City (March 12 , 2015) – Two adults were pulled from a burning car on Saturday after their vehicle lost control and hit a guard rail head-on. The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office confirmed both victims to be 21 years old. In addition, the Sun City car crash took place on March 10th around 3:30 p.m. at Cameo Drive and 99th Avenue.
Both suffered injuries due to the vehicle colliding with the guardrail and then severe burns from the car fire. After the fire department extricated the victims from the car, emergency crew members airlifted them to Maricopa County Medical Center.
MCSO concluded that it was a single-vehicle crash. Investigators are still looking into what could have caused the driver to lose control including possible impairment.
Passenger Injury Accidents
No one is ever prepared to experience harm in a car accident! Especially not a fiery crash like this one that took place in Sun City. However, you can take actions to help improve your odds of reducing chances of harm in a car accident. First, take necessary precautions before getting into a vehicle or behind the wheel and driving. Then be alert to potential dangers by double checking intersections before entering them and mirrors for erratic drivers.
If you are involved in a vehicle-related accident at no fault of your own, you might be entitled to financial compensation. This includes passengers who may have ended up injured due to the negligence of a driver. The compensation can assist with paying medical bills, missed income from time away from work and other damages. At Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys our legal team has experience assisting passengers and drivers harmed in car accidents.
Contact us as soon as possible to find out what legal options are open to you.