As experienced Ohio auto accident lawyers and parents ourselves, the Charles Boyk legal team knows just how scary it is when teenagers are given the ability to drive without supervision. Being the most inexperienced motorists on the roads, they are not only the most prone to getting into gruesome auto crashes but also to suffering serious personal injury or even death in the process.
Such are the circumstances involved in a recent Toledo motor vehicle accident that resulted in the injury of two Ohio teenagers.
Last Friday night, Nicholas Martinez was driving westbound on South Avenue when he lost control of his vehicle as he crossed the railroad tracks. In the process, his car went off the street and struck a landscaping boulder before overturning. According to reports from law enforcement officials, Martinez was taken to the University of Toledo Medical Center for the treatment of injuries sustained in the accident. His passenger, Kelsee Barrett, sustained minor injuries and was released to the care of her parents at the scene.
Although officers have not released any additional information at this time, police are conducting a full investigation into the cause of this auto accident.
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