On June 12, the Boston Police Department received information about a vehicle accident that involved two vehicles. The accident occurred on Cornell Street in Boston and was reported to police around 6:30 in the morning. Emergency personnel including fire and police were dispatched to the scene and arrived quickly to the accident.
Once arriving at the scene, they discovered that one individual had suffered from injuries in the accident. They were given medical care at the scene by EMTs, and the extent of their injuries is still being determined. However, no fatalities were reported.
Officer Andrew Minichiello was one of the first to respond at the scene and take initial reports of the accident. Statements were taken from victims and others involved in the accident.
Car Accidents and Injuries
While behind the wheel, it is essential to remain aware of your surroundings and pay attention to what you’re doing constantly. Even the smallest instances of negligence can cause a serious accident. A car accident can be catastrophic and impact lives in negative ways. We must all do what we can to prevent accidents from happening. Keeping roads safe is a joint effort that we all need to participate in.
We all have a responsibility to keep our roads safe and keep accidents from happening. If you ever get behind the wheel of a car, it is your job to remain attentive and follow traffic laws at all times. Negligent driving can be a serious matter, and it can lead to fatal accidents. When victims and their families are impacted because of these accidents, they have a right to seek compensation and assistance so they can heal from what has happened to them.
As committed members of this community, we are passionate about raising awareness about the potentially deadly consequences of unsafe driving. At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, we see the tragic impacts of car accidents first-hand as we help people after accidents. As such, we want to keep our roads safe and prevent accidents from happening. However, we know that accidents do sometimes happen, and, when they do, we are committed to helping victims get back to their lives.
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