An accident on Maryland Avenue on Friday evening left two people injured. According to the police, the accident on Maryland Avenue happened around 6 p.m. Two cars were involved in the crash and the police for the accident is currently unknown. Both vehicles were heavily damaged after the collision, said the police. Hagerstown Fire Department and Funkstown Fire Department were assisting at the accident scene and had to cut two people out of the two cars. The police currently believe that these people were the only occupants in the damaged vehicles.
One driver, a man around 60 years of age, was transported to Meritus for treatment of his non-life-threatening injuries. The other driver, a thirty-eight-year-old man, sustained more severe injuries and was airlifted to shock trauma in a helicopter. According to the officials, the man had serious lower extremity injuries. The road was closed as the police were working on a reconstruction of the scene.
After an accident, it’s essential that you seek medical help and call the police. Every accident, even the smallest one should be reported to the police. The police report will be of great help in the further process. In case you were involved in a crash caused by the other side, make sure to seek legal assistance. Your injuries and damages will need suitable reparation and treatment respectively, so you’ll have to cover this financially. This is why you’ll need to see a compensation claim from the responsible party. Your attorney will help you with this. They will investigate the case themselves if necessary, negotiate with the insurers, and stand by your side if the case gets to court. Our team a Pinder Plotkin is here for you; call and schedule your first consultation today.