Ocala, FL (January 6, 2019) - A multi-vehicle pileup affected motorists and left at least one person injured in Ocala on Saturday, January 5th. The crash happened before noon on Interstate 75, near mile marker 342.
At least three cars were involved in the crash. The Florida Highway Patrol responded to the scene along with rescue workers who assisted the injured victims. More than one emergency unit was at the crash site. There is no word at this time on the nature and extent of injuries sustained nor have police said how the crash took place.
No further details were immediately available.
Over 250,000 injury accidents are reported each year in our state. Our thoughts are with all of the injured victims and their families at this time. The days and weeks following a serious car accident can be traumatic as the victim, along with friends and family members try to adjust to an unfamiliar situation. Lives can be put on hold indefinitely during the long recovery process from a serious accident.
Police will continue to investigate to determine which driver was responsible for this crash. Ultimately, the negligent driver could be liable for reimbursing the other injured victims' medical bills as well as compensation for pain and suffering.
If you or a loved one are dealing with injuries from a Florida car accident, we want to help. At Rubenstein Law, we have assisted thousands of Floridians in recovering the compensation that is rightfully theirs. For a free consultation with one of our Florida car accident attorneys, call us at 1-800 FL-Legal.
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