Posted on Saturday, October 6th, 2018 at 10:58 pm
Hastings, NY (October 6, 2018) – On October 1 around 12:52 p.m., one person was injured in a serious intersection accident that involved two vehicles. The accident took place in Hastings.
At the time, 50-year-old Lynn Wise was operating a 2013 Chevy pickup north on Perfield Road when she collided with a 2017 Subaru that was traveling west at the Wilson Road intersection. 59-year-old Maryann Garbooshain was operating that vehicle.
Wise was taken to the hospital by ambulance for a variety of injuries. Police believe that one of the vehicles might have been traveling at unsafe speeds.
New York Car Accident
We wish to offer our sincerest thoughts and prayers during this difficult time and want you to know that you are not alone after you have been injured in a serious accident. We protect the rights of many in New York car accidents.
Intersection accidents take place every day on New York roadways, causing a variety of serious injuries and fatalities in the worst cases. These accidents can happen when somebody makes a turn in front of another vehicle or when somebody is not paying attention to signals and keeps driving through.
If you have received injuries in an intersection accident and you wonder where you can turn in your time of need, we are here for you so that your concerns are heard as it concerns your personal injury accident. At Hach & Rose, we want to stand by your side as you work toward the compensation you deserve. Do not hesitate to call us when you need us the most. We are waiting to hear from you at 212-779-0057.
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