Two injured in I-95 rollover crash
Thursday, October 30th, 2014 at 3:24 pm
An adult man and a woman sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries after the car they were travelling in tumbled over a guardrail before catching fire, The Sun Chronicle reported on October 26.
According to Fire Captain Donald Treannie, the rollover accident happened past 2 a.m. on Interstate 95 South north of Route 140. The vehicle tipped over the guardrail and plunged 40 feet down an embankment before bursting into flames. All three occupants, all from Norwood, managed to get out of the vehicle. The two hurt were rushed to Rhode Island Hospital in Providence through ambulances. The third occupant, meanwhile, sustained no injury.
Rollover accidents like this might be a result of another motorist’s negligence, a defective road, an ill-designed guardrail, or a faulty automotive component. If you believe another party should be held accountable for all the damages brought about by a rollover accident you have been involved in, speak with an attorney at the Auto Defects by calling today.