Grant City, NY (November 29, 2018) – Police in Staten Island have reported a two-vehicle crash that sent one person to the hospital on Thursday morning, November 29. The motor vehicle accident took place at approximately 7:29 a.m. during morning rush hour traffic on Hylan Boulevard in Grant City.
The crash happened near Lincoln Avenue as dispatchers sent police and paramedics to that location in order to render aid to any victims. Emergency medical personnel stated that one person suffered injuries that have been classified as minor. That victim was immediately taken to Staten Island University in Ocean Breeze.
The vehicles involved in the accident have been reported as a black BMW SUV and a gray Lexus sedan. The BMW suffered a broken front-end, as the Lexus had its airbags deployed and dents along the driver’s side following the crash.
The events that led to this accident are currently under investigation by local authorities.
No further information has been made available at this time.
We courteously extend our sincerest sympathies to the person who was injured during this accident, first and foremost. While the cause of this crash is unclear at this time, it is essential to know that you may likely have rights following a sudden injury. Whether due to drowsy driving, DUI, distracted driving, excessive speeding, or any other form of careless behavior, New York car accidents regularly occur for many reasons that are often not the fault of the injured party.
At Hach & Rose, our sympathetic New York accident attorneys are devoted to helping those who have been hurt by the blatant recklessness of another person or entity. If you have been injured in a New York car accident by no fault of your own, please don’t hesitate to call us at 212-779-0057 and let us put our immense capabilities to work for you today.
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