Tucson, AZ – T-Bone Accident on E Speedway Blvd Results in Injuries
Tucson, AZ (July 18, 2020) – An automobile accident reported on Saturday in the Tucson area left at least one person injured. At approximately 11:30 a.m., on July 18, the Tucson Police Department and Tucson Fire Department responded to the scene of an auto accident on East Speedway Boulevard.
According to reports from local news sources, a minivan was traveling through the intersection of East Speedway and North Pantano Road when the vehicles collided in a T-bone fashion. The incident resulted in an expansive closure to the roads throughout the area. Paramedics provided medical treatment to injured victims at the site of the crash before transporting an undetermined amount of victims to local hospitals for further treatment. At this time, the cause of the crash is under investigation.
Our thoughts are with the victims injured in this accident.
Car Accidents in Arizona
Car accidents can have a truly debilitating impact on the lives of those involved. Unfortunately, this is the fate for thousands of people across our state each year. Statistics from 2018 show that over 108,000 auto accidents occurred throughout Arizona that involved two or more vehicles. When multiple vehicles are involved in collisions, the possibilities of injuries are greatly increased. In fact, more than 36,500 of these accidents leave one or more people injured.
Numerous people involved in crashes are forced into area hospitals where they have to undergo extensive medical treatment. Sometimes, victims have to go through surgery and remain hospitalized for several days or weeks following their accidents. The mental and physical consequences of collisions are made worse by the towering medical costs victims are forced to endure. Although we can take action to ensure the safety of those around us, we cannot prevent others that are sharing the road from engaging in reckless and negligent behaviors. When people are harmed in accidents, as a result of other drivers, they should reach out to a car accident attorney in Arizona as soon as possible.
Rockafellow Law Firm’s personal injury lawyers in Arizona have fought aggressively for over four decades to protect the legal rights of accident victims throughout Pima County and surrounding neighborhoods. We wholeheartedly believe victims who are injured in auto accidents caused by negligent drivers deserve to recover full and fair compensation for their injuries. Our team provides trusted and effective legal representation to ensure victims protect their legal rights and best interests as they move forward and focus on recovering. Contact our Tucson law firm at your earliest convenience by calling (520) 334-1354. Schedule a free case evaluation with our knowledgeable lawyers to explore legal options available for you.
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