Five Victims Hurt in Camden County Head-on Collision
August 23, 2019
Five victims became hurt in a head-on collision that took place in Camden County, New Jersey. The bus accident occurred on Friday morning around 5:45 am in Winslow Township, New Jersey at the intersection of Cross Keys Road and Oakland Avenue when an SUV slammed into the side of a NJ Transit bus. Both the bus driver and the one passenger were hospitalized for their injuries, and three other victims from the SUV sustained injuries. One victim remained trapped in one of the vehicles for an extended period of time after the head-on collision.
Bus passengers are at an increased risk of injury in the event of a bus accident. Due to the lack of safeguards such as airbags and adequate seat belts, passengers may sustain injuries or even become fatally injured in a crash. Buses bear an increased likelihood of rollovers because of their top-heavy construction, so even an experienced bus driver may be unable to avoid this type of hazard.
If you or your loved ones became injured in a bus accident, our Camden County bus accident lawyers at DiTomaso Law will investigate your claim and design a case that produces a satisfactory resolution. To schedule a free, no-obligation consultation, call us at 856-219-4970 or contact us online. We provide skilled legal representation from our offices in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and Philadelphia to clients in Burlington County, Camden County, Salem County, Gloucester County, Cumberland County, and Atlantic County as well as in Philadelphia County, Bucks County, Montgomery County, Delaware County, and Chester County.
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