Car Hits Train Near Stafford-Monson Line

Car Hits Train Near Stafford-Monson Line

Train accidents can be extremely severe.

Route 32 was closed part of the day on Tuesday before of an accident near the Connecticut-Massachusetts line. This happened after a car hit a train.

It appears that the car did not stop even though the railroad crossing lights were on. The New England Central Railroad train hit the vehicle.

When it comes to train accidents, sometimes the train conductor is at fault and sometimes the vehicle driver is at fault. No matter what kind of vehicle someone is reporting, it is important that they pay attention. Negligent actions can cause injury to yourself as well as to other people. Driving safety is so important.

At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, we know how severe train accidents can be. We want to help make our communities aware of safety when it comes to driving near train traks and help prevent these incidents. We are also here to help victims seek to recover compensation.

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