All motor vehicle accidents tend to leave some amount of damage in their wake. Today, the I-95 northbound had to be closed while emergency responders worked to clean up a crash involving at least three vehicles. The accident happened shortly before noon, around 11:30 a.m. this morning on the I-95 in Bucks County. Pennsylvania State Police were dispatched to the scene to assist the victims.
According to officials as well as footage from Sky 6 cameras, a multitude of various emergency vehicles and ambulances were quickly on the scene to help those who were injured in the crash. At least one person was removed from a vehicle and put into an ambulance on a stretcher. The extent of injuries is currently unknown but are figured to range between serious or even catastrophic injury.
There is rarely any good news to come from a multi-vehicle crash, although we can be thankful that no fatalities have been reported. The cause of this accident is currently under investigation, and police are working to determine who was at fault.
At Edelstein, Martin & Nelson, we fully understand the impact that negligent drivers often have on their victims. While we are always concerned about the victims who must remain focused on their well-being at this time, we simultaneously strive to hold negligent drivers liable for their actions. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, please call 888-208-1810 to schedule your free consultation today.