Rochester, NY (November 2, 2018) – Police reported a motor vehicle collision that disbelieved to have involved at least two vehicles on Clinton Avenue Friday afternoon, November 2, in Rochester. The injurious crash was stated to have taken place at around 4:57 p.m.
According to authorities, the accident happened when vehicles collided in both the northbound and southbound lanes of Clinton Avenue at East Broad Street. Emergency medical personnel were dispatched to the scene along with local police in order to evaluate the accident and assist any victims.
Emergency crews were able to verify injuries that were incurred due to the impact of the crash, however, the number of victims and the extent of injuries are unclear at this time. Authorities have not provided any further details concerning the events that led to the collision or the vehicles involved.
Investigators are likely to be evaluating all the forensic evidence left at the scene in order to establish liability.
First and foremost, we courteously extend our sincerest sympathies to anyone who may have been injured in this crash as we hope for their full recoveries. Be it, distracted driving, excessive speeding, DUI, drowsy driving, or any other form of negligent behavior behind the wheel, New York car accidents regularly occur for many different reasons.
At this time, it is terribly important to realize that you may have significant rights after being the victim of someone else’s inattention. At Hach & Rose, our supportive New York accident attorneys are absolutely dedicated to assisting those who have been hurt by the negligence of another party. If you have been injured in a New York car accident, call 212-779-0057 and let us put our extensive knowledge to work for you today.
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