Delray Beach, FL (June 14, 2019) - A three-vehicle crash resulted in multiple injuries on Thursday, June 13th. The accident occurred on Linton Boulevard, near Old Germantown Road and Homewood Boulevard.
The Delray Beach Fire Rescue along with the Delray Beach Police Department responded to the scene based on reports of the crash. Rescue workers were scene cutting at least one person out of the vehicle. There is no word on the exact number of injuries, although several people were hurt. All of the injured victims were taken to Delray Beach Medical Center for treatment. No information has been released on the nature of their injuries or their current conditions. It is unclear what caused the crash to occur.
Motorists were advised to find alternate routes, as traffic in the area was affected while police and firefighters remained at the scene. There have been no further details released at this time.
Reportable car accidents occur in Florida every 92 seconds. Unfortunately, it appears as though this crash may have involved serious or catastrophic injuries for at least one person. A car accident is very violent and has the potential to bring about life-altering consequences. Head, neck, and spinal cord injuries, along with broken bones, can result in prolonged periods of recovery, as well as high medical costs and the inability to live your life the way you enjoyed prior to the crash.
At Rubenstein Law, our team of Florida car accident attorneys understands that recovery is often a long process filled with frustrations and setbacks. We have assisted injured car accident victims since 1988 and have recovered over a billion dollars in compensation for victims and their families. We will stand in your corner and fight for you when your legal rights have been violated. To set up your free consultation and case evaluation, please give us a call at 1-800 FL-Legal. We are standing by 24/7, waiting to hear from you.
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