One Person Critically Injured, Two Others Injured on Queens Parkway
On Friday, March 30th, three people were thrown out of their car during a crash that occurred on a parkway in Queens. The accident happened in the morning and led to injuries for all three of these people. One of the individuals was also critically injured. This information comes from the police who responded to the crash.
The victims were in a silver sedan when another vehicle rear-ended them. This caused them to rear-end the vehicle in front of them, too. Their vehicle was hit from behind while on the eastbound side of the Grand Central Parkway. This accident happened near the intersection of the Van Wyck Expressway and the Jackie Robinson Parkway, and it occurred at 7:30 a.m.
Medics arrived at the scene and rushed the victim who was critically injured to New York-Presbyterian, a hospital in Queens. The other two victims whose injuries weren’t as severe went to Jamaica Hospital.
If you were in an accident involving another vehicle, you might be entitled to compensation. If the accident was caused by another and led to critical injury, Frekhtman & Associates can help. We have experience handling automobile accident cases in New York. Call us today at (212) 222-1111.
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