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Car accidents: Man shatters femur in collision

The aftermath of any accident is overwhelming for anyone involved. Families of victims also often feel the impact even if they were not directly injured or involved. A family of a victim may experience worry over a loved one's health, the expense of medical bills or be required to miss work to care for an injured loved one. The aftermath of car accidents can easily impact many different people. Unfortunately, some Kentucky families have recently discovered the ripple effect that can result from a bad accident.

Early one recent morning, two women were in a vehicle going the wrong way on a parkway. An unsuspecting truck driver traveling in the correct direction did not see the women's vehicle, and a head-on collision followed. The impact of the collision resulted in the truck flipping over.

Sadly, one of the women died and the other suffered injuries. The surviving woman is expected to recover from her injuries. The truck driver was also injured and required surgery at Vanderbilt University Hospital. His wife reported that his femur was shattered. Although not confirmed, alcohol was detected at the scene of the accident, but the surviving woman has not been arrested or charged at this time.

The family of the truck driver was understandably upset and worried over the well-being of the man's heath following the accident. Other families in Kentucky who have suffered from serious car accidents may also understand the worry and impact it can have on a family's life. Victims may wish to discuss their circumstances and financial concerns with a Kentucky personal injury attorney.

Source: wbko.com, "Early morning car wreck turns fatal for one, sends two to the hospital", Autumn Luntzel, April 8, 2018

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