Bradenton, FL (October 24, 2018) - Police responded to a two-car accident on US 41 on Tuesday, October 23rd. The crash happened around 8:00 pm in the southbound lanes of the roadway.
Along with police, rescue workers and others responded to the scene. At this time, there are no specific details on how the crash took place. Both vehicles were immobilized at the scene and towed away. Police report that there were injuries sustained in the crash but there is no additional information regarding the severity of the injuries.
The southbound lanes of US 41 were closed for over an hour while officials worked to clear away the wreckage from the scene. There is no further information currently available.
A reportable accident will occur approximately every 92 seconds in Florida. This means that the odds of being in a crash can be substantial. While many crashes involve nothing more than property damage, many others result in serious injuries or worse.
If you find yourself in this situation, we feel for you and are here to help. The attorneys and staff at Rubenstein Law are experienced, compassionate and ready to fight for you when you have been hurt in a crash that was not your fault. We take pride in assisting injured accident victims.
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