One Injured In Ohio Chain Reaction Auto-Truck Accident
While some of the collision cases handled by the Toledo auto accident lawyers at the Charles Boyk Law Offices only involve a singular vehicle, amongst the most devastating are those that involve several cars, trucks, or motorcycles. Often, these mutli-vehicle accidents occur in a chain-reaction, causing significant personal injury for the drivers and passengers involved.
An example of this can be seen in a recent Ohio truck accident that quickly spun out of control and resulted in injury.
While a FedEx truck carrying double trailers was heading southbound on Carbondale Road and mile market 326, the driver lost control of his vehicle and it overturned spilling formaldehyde all over the roadway. According to reports from law enforcement officials, minutes later, the backed up traffic and spillage caused two additional auto accidents.
Fortunately, despite there being several vehicles involved in the chain-reaction accident, only one female motorist was hurt. The driver, who’s name was not released, was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries.