A man has died after he was crashed into by a driver who ran a red light. The accident occurred round 7:30 p.m. on Route 30 near Greensburg Thursday night. A man was attempting to make a left turn onto Route 30 from Lewis Road when a Volkswagen ran a red light and crashed into him. The impact tore off the back of the victim’s car which then struck a vehicle that was sitting at the red light. The two people in that vehicle were not seriously injured.
The man who was struck was taken to Excela Hospital where he later died due to the extent of his injuries. The conditions of the driver of the Volkswagen and its two occupants are unknown at this time.
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If a loved one was killed in an accident, it is important to contact a personal injury attorney right away to review your family’s rights. You may be able to file a civil wrongful death claim.
Pursuing a claim after losing a loved one will never fill the void left by a loved one’s passing away. It is not a matter of profiting for the family left behind, but rather recovering. The recovery of damages can alleviate the unexpected funeral costs and expenses accrued when a loved one passes.
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