Delray Beach, FL (November 4, 2019) - A crash involving a sedan and a semi-truck sent a woman to the hospital on Sunday, November 4th. The crash took place in Delray Beach, along the southbound lanes of I-95.
According to reports, a gold sedan became wedged underneath a semi-truck. According to Kevin Saxton, a battalion chief with the Delray Beach Fire Rescue, the woman was rescued from her vehicle and transported to a local hospital for treatment. Her injuries are believed to be non-life-threatening at this time. The semi flattened the sedan and two of its tires in the crash, which took place around 12:50 p.m. There is no word on the cause of the accident. The semi driver was not hurt.
No further information is available at this time.
We hope that the injured victim in this Delray Beach crash makes a full and complete recovery.
Car accidents in Florida can certainly be a life-changing experience. When you have been injured in a car accident, your main focus should be on your treatment and recovery. During this time, you may receive calls from insurance adjusters who are looking to settle your case and quickly and cheaply as possible. It is important to remember that the insurance company is not on your side and the adjuster is trying to make money for their employer.
At Rubenstein Law, our goal is to maximize the value of your case. We work for you, not an insurance company, and we will ensure that your rights are protected. Our team of experienced Florida car accident attorneys will stand up for your right to receive fair compensation after the crash. For your free consultation, please contact us 24/7 at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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