Tonopah, AZ – Three Seriously Injured in Truck Crash on I-10 at 411th Ave
Tonopah, AZ (May 5, 2020) – Three victims were transported to the hospital after a crash on westbound Interstate 10 near Tonopah on Monday.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating the collision, which they say involved at least two passenger ejections at milepost 94 near 411th Avenue. A spokesperson said that a truck pulling a cattle trailer and a small passenger car were involved. Raul Garcia, a spokesperson for DPS, said that the crash happened around 1:30 p.m. on Monday. He further commented that two patients were taken to the hospital by air and one person by ground. No cattle were in the trailer at the time of the crash.
No further information was available, though authorities are still investigating the crash at this time.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families in hopes of a full recovery.
Injurious Truck Accidents in Arizona
Information from authorities with the Department of Public Safety showed that there were almost 13,000 truck and bus collisions in 2019, nearly 100 of which resulted in deaths in Arizona. Furthermore, almost 2,728 truck collisions have ended in death over the last several years, making these accidents some of the most serious and dangerous on the road.
When it comes to truck accidents, victims may suffer from long-term physical issues, costly medical bills, and even job loss or death as a result of their serious injuries. If you have been injured or lost a loved one in a truck accident, it is a good idea to speak with a truck accident attorney or an Arizona wrongful death attorney about your options moving forward.
At ELG, our compassionate attorneys have years of experience in helping victims and families in need after crashes that occur through no fault of their own. If you’ve been affected by a serious injury crash, you deserve to seek fair reimbursement for lost wages, medical bills, and emotional trauma. Please contact our truck accident lawyers for the help you need today at (623) 877-3600.
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