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Motor vehicle accidents: 3 injured in multiple-vehicle crash

When commercial vehicles are involved, a collision that could otherwise end up as a minor incident runs a greater chance of placing the safety of everyone involved at risk. Motor vehicle accidents involving tractor-trailers can have devastating results that could leave those involved with severe injuries and facing a long road to recovery. Three individuals were taken to a hospital with injuries following a recent multiple-vehicle crash involving a commercial vehicle in West Virginia.

Police responded to reports of a multiple-vehicle accident that took place inside of a local tunnel on a recent Tuesday afternoon. According to reports, the accident began when a car crashed into a tractor-trailer as it was attempting to slow down in traffic. The impact of the initial crash reportedly prompted a chain-reaction collision involving multiple vehicles, one of which ended up overturning and coming to a rest on its side.

Authorities say that up to three individuals were taken to a hospital for medical care following the incident. They have also advised that they were forced to reroute traffic in the area, as the tunnel was closed while an investigation into the crash was underway. No further information was provided as to what might have caused the crash to take place or how many vehicles were involved.

Individuals who are involved in motor vehicle accidents of this nature run the unfortunate chance of suffering serious, or even life-altering injuries in the process. Those who encounter a similar circumstance could choose to seek guidance on their available legal avenues by speaking with a personal injury attorney. By seeking advice early on, a person in West Virginia could become better prepared to pursue the full amount of restitution entitled through a claim against the party or parties deemed responsible.

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