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Massachusetts Car Accidents can Require Victims to Take Action

There are a slew of ways to reduce your auto insurance costs besides being a good driver—all you have to do is ask. On behalf of Kevin P. Broderick posted in Car Accidents on Monday, April 29, 2013.

A car accident can happen at any time and without warning. While not every car accident occurs with injuries, the ones that involve injuries can evolve into a financial and emotional stress on the victims as well as the victim’s families. A recent Massachusetts accident involved three cars and one immediately obvious injury which could cause just such stress to its victims.

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Massachusetts car accident causes power outages and road closures

A recent early morning car accident left several hundred Massachusetts residents without power for hours. This single car accident sent two people to the hospital after the car crashed into a power pole. Live electrical wires were lying across the road which caused a road closure on a highly traveled road affecting the morning commute.

While power was restored within a couple of hours, the southbound road closure lasted for several hours because of debris scattered from the accident. The northbound lanes also had to be closed for a period of time for power crews to be able to repair the lines. A road closure such as this can be a logistical nightmare for a morning commuter.

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Massachusetts car accident injures two in turnpike turnover

A car accident can be an unavoidable event at times. Too often, though, victims and their families suffer because of the carelessness of other drivers. With cell phones and social media playing such a roll in the lives of today’s drivers, distractions are a common occurrence. A recent single vehicle car accident in Massachusetts sent two occupants to the hospital.

The vehicle was reported to have rolled multiple times. The male driver was taken to the hospital with what appeared at the time of the accident to be serious, but non-life threatening injuries. The female passenger was also transported to a hospital for unknown injuries. Both appeared to have been wearing their seat belts.

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