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DuBois Injury Accident

DuBois Injury Accident

DuBois Injury Accident (Tuesday December 19, 2017) — There was a DuBois injury accident on Tuesday morning that landed a sedan and an elderly woman just feet away from crashing into a healthcare center.  The Courier Express reported on the accident.

According to the Courier Express, after speaking to the Chief of DuBois police, Blaine Clark, it was determined that a Buick sedan driven by 26-year-old Taylor Clark was in the process of exiting the Sheetz parking lot onto Brady Street in DuBois when it collided with a Chevy sedan driven by 76-year-old Mildred Roy of Sykesville.  The collision happened in the 10 o’clock hour.

Chief Clark indicated that it appears that Taylor Clark clearly did not see the oncoming Chevy sedan driven by Ms. Roy.  Following the collision, Ms. Roy’s sedan left the northbound land she was traveling in, crossed over the southbound lane coming to an abrupt stop just in front of an embankment adjacent to the Interim Healthcare of Dubois building.

The Du-San Ambulance Service responded at the scene and treated Ms. Roy of her injuries which were described as minor.  Mr. Clark was not injured in the accident.

There is no mention of fault in the accident or any circumstances that might have contributed to the collision.

If you or a loved one has been involved in an auto accident, you have our deepest sympathy.  Let us help you with the concerns you are certain to have and assist you by ensuring your rights are fully protected.  Please contact us at Edelstein, Martin & Nelson so that we can help you navigate through this difficult time.

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