Accident with Injury on Longwood Avenue

Accident with Injury on Longwood Avenue

On June 12, the Boston Police Department received information about a two-vehicle accident. The call was reported to police around 7:15 in the morning and emergency responders arrived at the scene shortly afterward. The accident occurred at 375 Longwood Avenue.

Officer Wilfredo Coriano was one of the first to arrive at the scene and proceeded to assist victims until further assistance arrived. Upon arrival at the scene, first responders assed that the accident was serious and closed a portion of the road.  One individual sustained injuries, and they were given medical care at the scene. No fatalities were reported, and the scene was cleared within the hour. The extent of the injuries and the cause of the accident is still being determined.

Car Accidents and Injuries

A car accident can occur on any road at any time of day. While busy roads might increase the chance of an accident, deadly accidents can still occur on quiet and peaceful rural or backroads as well. We must all remember to remain aware of our surroundings whenever we get behind the wheel. It can be easy to get distracted by your thoughts or by the radio, but negligent driving can end up causing accidents. These accidents can end up hurting victims and impacting their lives for years to come.

A car accident can lead to serious injuries to victims. More than one individual can be injured in a car accident, and the impacts of severe accidents can be quite devastating. Negligent driving can cause an accident, and it is essential for all drivers to remain attentive when driving. When victims are injured, they can seek assistance and compensation so they can focus on the healing process and moving forward with their lives. They can seek to recover their losses.

We at the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman are very aware of the potential impacts of car accidents as we see how these tragedies can impact victims and families. We urge all drivers in the community to remain aware and do their part to keep roads safe from accidents. Sadly, we know that accidents cannot be completely prevented, so we are also here for victims to help them receive assistance and move ahead with their lives.

 

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