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Multi-vehicle collision in Pennsylvania leaves two injured

December 4th, 2012 by Gabriel Z. Levin
The women in the hyundai required medical treatment at a local hospital.

On Wednesday, November 21, two people were hurt in an automobile accident that occurred in Montgomery Township, Pennsylvania. According to sources like The Montgomery News and Patch.com, the crash took place on Horsham Road when a gold Chevrolet Blazer drove into the back of a Hyundai Sonata. The Sonata was then pushed into a Dodge Dakota that was ahead of it.

At around 12:45 p.m., the Blazer, which was headed west, neglected to slow down despite the fact that traffic was moving slowly. It then struck the back of the Hyundai, which was driven by a female. There was another woman in the passenger seat. Both were transported to Abington Hospital for medical treatment. The extent of their injuries was not released to the public.

The manner in which the crash took place required paramedics to use rescue equipment to pull open the door of the Hyundai to extricate the women. The vehicle also endured considerable damage to the front and back. The owners of the Chevy and Dodge were not hurt, however, the Dakota's bumper was loosened.

For approximately one hour, the accident closed down Horsham Road while highway patrol officials cleared debris from the street. The Montgomery News reported that the cause of the collision is still under investigation by authorities. 

If you have been involved in an accident and were injured, you shouldn't be a victim any longer. Consider scheduling a consultation with a Philadelphia accident attorney. These experienced and locally based professionals can assess your claim, try your case in court and help you recover damages you may be entitled to.

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