Crash injures 6 people
Six people were injured in a vehicular accident that happened in northwest Detroit at night on Sunday, March 10.
According to investigators who responded to the scene of the accident, the crash occurred when one car ran through a stop sign near the intersection of Gilchrist and Puritan. The five people inside the other car, including all three children, sustained minor injuries, while the driver of the vehicle that ran the stop sign suffered more severe injuries, according to reports.
In later investigations of the accident, concerns were raised due to a gas meter that had been hit by one of the vehicles involved in the accident. However, authorities determined that the gas meter was unaffected and did not pose a problem.
In the days immediately following the accident police were still working on determining if alcohol or drugs were involved in the crash.
Reckless drivers, such as this one who ran a stop sign, all too often cause serious accidents that injure innocent people. Our legal team at Ravid & Associates, P.C., believe in supporting those who have been victimized in such accidents; thus, if you have been harmed in a car accident at the hands of another driver, call 866-644-6587 to find out how we may be able to help you.