A wreck on Highway 128 southbound in Lynnfield, Massachusetts caused a host of problems on Tuesday afternoon. Just after 3:00 pm, authorities with the Lynnfield Police Department received word of a collision near exit 42, just past Walnut Street. This area is a divided highway with three travel lanes on both sides of a median.
Police report that this was a collision involving three vehicles. Two of the vehicles were pushed next to each other in perpendicular fashion while the third vehicle was disabled in the middle lane of the roadway. EMS personnel were on scene of the accident tending to injured victims. At least one of the victims was transported to a hospital with injuries.
The crash caused severe traffic issues for motorists on this stretch of road. Of the three lanes, only the far right hand lane was available for car to pass through as the other two lanes were blocked by the collision. Police did their best to route traffic into the one available lane. However, as expected, there were major delays around the crash at this time. Motorists experienced residual delays as traffic slowly resumed its regular flow after the accident scene was cleared.
Police in Lynnfield have not provided any updates on those injured or the sequence of events which caused the crash.
Massachusetts Injury Accident
Those of us who live in and around the city are aware of these types of accidents. They seem to happen almost daily on our streets and highways.
Still, car accidents are unexpected in almost every case. They happen suddenly and leave you wondering how you will recover or how your family might be impacted by the residual effects of the crash. After an injury accident, there is no doubt that you are looking at a number of uncertainties about your future.
You may receive calls from insurance companies in the aftermath of your accident. They will want to send someone out to evaluate the damage to your vehicle and will inquire about your injuries and medical treatment. The adjuster will also want you to give a recorded statement about the accident and what occurred in your own words. If you have been hurt, you should never speak with the insurance company until you have first spoken with a personal injury attorney. Your attorney will deal with the insurance company so that you can worry about more important things such as your healing.
At the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Glassman, we want to assist you as you work through one of the most difficult and trying times of your life. When you hire our firm there is no fee unless you recover.
If you would like to speak with someone about your Massachusetts personal injury claim today, please give us a call at 617-367-2900. The call is free and we would love to hear from you. Our firm is always open.
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