A collision that occurred in Lansing, New York, has sent three people to the hospital. The collision occurred on Thursday morning on Route 13 in Lansing.
New York State Police responded to reports of a motor vehicle collision that occurred at around 2:00 in the morning. Route 13 had to be shut down for five hours after police arrive on the scene. They discovered that a car had crashed into a tractor-trailer.
The car was traveling towards the south when it crossed over into the north lane and his the tractor-trailer. At the time the incident occurred, the roads were icy and snowy.
A small fire had started in the car, and the police were able to extinguish it before it spread.
The driver of the car was taken to Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse for injuries, and the passenger of the car was also treated for minor injuries. The driver of the tractor-trailer was taken to Cayuga Medical Center to be treated for minor injuries.
Were you seriously injured in a car accident? After a car accident happens, it can be hard to know where to turn to for legal help. If the accident was caused by the other driver, you could receive financial compensation for your injuries and other damages. Serious injuries can impact your life in many ways. If you have questions about a possible claim, contact Frekhtman & Associates today at (212) 222-1111.
Note for readers: This post has been derived from the use of secondary sources and the information provided has not been independently confirmed. Any inaccuracies will be swiftly corrected once they have been brought to the site’s attention and all requests to remove posts will be honored.
DISCLAIMER: This post is intended to provide general information to our readers and to honor the victims of everyday tragedies. We do not wish to cause any disrespect and none of the information contained in this post should be construed to constitute legal or medical advice. Laws vary by jurisdiction and cases often turn on minor differences in fact. Do not rely on any of the information contained in this post and seek further assistance from a legal or medical professional, where necessary.