I-95 Tractor-Trailer Accident Closed Tydings Bridge before Easter Long Weekend

An I-95 tractor-trailer accident in which one person was injured, temporarily closed the Tydings Bridge to southbound traffic. The accident happened on Friday afternoon, April 2, the authorities said.

The multiple-vehicle accident included four vehicles including a tractor-trailer. It took place on Interstate 95 south at mile marker 91,  around 3:30 p.m. transportation officials said. The I-95 south was blocked near the bridge during Friday’s rush hour before the Easter holiday weekend as a result. The Maryland Transportation Authority reported that the traffic was blocked for six miles (by 4:45 p.m.). By then the left lane reopened, while the right ones remained closed. 

Susquehanna Hose Company members were checking a fuel spill, and the Level Volunteer Fire Company medical personnel transported one person to Johns Hopkins Bayview’s trauma center. The traffic was blocked in two ways following the I-95 tractor-trailer accident.

After a multiple-vehicle accident, it’s important that you see22 just in case since some injuries take a few days before they show symptoms. Without the medical report, you might be at risk of not being able to seek a compensation claim. It is very difficult to convince the insurers that your injuries resulted after the crash. 

Car accidents of this type are complicated and they require the legal help of a skilled and experienced car accident attorney. They will make their own investigation, collect evidence, talk to witnesses and get the police report. All of this is important to help you get a decent compensation claim and prove that you aren’t at fault.

If you’re dealing with the challenges of a multiple-vehicle accident, our team at Pinder Plotkin is here for you. Schedule your first consultation with a Maryland car accident attorney and let our team stand by your side.

Source: https://patch.com/maryland/havredegrace/crash-closes-tydings-bridge-one-direction-friday

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