Clearwater, FL (May 16, 2019) - A crash on US-19 left one person seriously hurt and sent two others to the hospital on Thursday, May 16th. The crash took place near Seville Boulevard around 4:15 a.m.
Officials and rescue workers arrived on-scene in response to the accident. One person was ejected from their vehicle following the collision and was transported to Bayfront Health Hospital with serious injuries. Two other victims sustained minor, non-life-threatening injuries. They were taken to Morton Plant Hospital for further treatment. There is no information on how the crash occurred.
Traffic was snarled at the scene as a result of the accident and was backed up for several hours. All lanes eventually reopened. No further information has been released.
A reportable accident occurs in our state about every 92 seconds. Car accidents happen very suddenly and unexpectedly. Your life can be shattered in a moment when you have been hurt due to the negligence of another driver. You may be looking at high medical costs and the inability to physically carry out daily tasks that you could perform prior to your crash. The road to recovery may seem long and uncertain.
At Rubenstein Law, our Florida car accident attorneys know what you are going through. Since 1988, we have assisted thousands of victims who have been injured in traffic crashes all across our state. We will be there for you to help you get the compensation you need to walk along your road to recovery. For a free consultation, please call us 24/7 at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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