A Sunday night crash on Sandusky County Road 201 has resulted in the serious injury of three Fremont teens.
The teens are now listed in critical condition at a St. Vincent’s Mercy Medical Center after the rollover crash.
The crash happened at 9:40 p.m. when the 2006 Ford Fusion was eastbound on Sandusky County Road 201 and went off the side of the road. After going off the road, it went into a field and rolled over. According to the Ohio Highway Patrol, it seems that the driver was going too fast for the conditions of the roadway which were snowy at the time.
The passengers in the car that overturned on Sunday were 15-year-old Savhana Cousins, 18-year-old Drake Brown, and 15-year-old Janell Raby. All three are in intensive care at St. V’s.
The driver of the car that overturned was 16-year-old Javon McDonald of Fremont. After the accident he was taken to Memorial Hospital and then transferred to another hospital.
It has been reported by the Fremont News Messenger that Drake Brown and Janell Raby were not wearing seat belts at the time of the accident and were thrown from the vehicle.
Cousins was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the teens as they fight to recover from this serious accident.
My Teen Was Injured in a Car Accident
We would advise the parents of these Fremont teens to contact a personal injury attorney. From the details we have, this accident seems to be very serious. It is best that the parents seek the guidance of an experienced child accident attorney so they can make sure that their child will receive the financial settlement necessary for their injuries and resulting pain and suffering.
Child accidents can be more confusing that other car accidents, which is why it is imperative to have an experienced child accident attorney helping you and your family.
Our office has handled countless cases in which children were injured in accidents similar to the one above. We would help them to receive the compensation that will allow them the money to receive all of the medical treatment necessary, and allowing them to be financially stable in the future.
To speak to one of the child accident attorneys about your teen’s car accident injuries, call 800.637.8170. Our lawyers would be happy to speak with you about the accident that injured your teenager, reviewing all of the details and making sure we explain all of your options. We also will answer any of the questions that you have regarding the accident and the claims process so you can become fully informed.
We recommend requesting a copy of The Ohio Accident Book, as well as Little Kids, Big Accidents when you call into our office. These are legal resources containing information that will help you to better understand your options and the claims process.