Posted on Monday, May 13th, 2019 at 10:06 pm
Buffalo, NY (May 13, 2019) – An unidentified 31-year-old woman from Hamburg had to be hospitalized following a crash into a building around 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, May 12th. The incident was reported to have occurred near Sahlen Field, in the area of Swan Street and Oak Street.
According to the Buffalo Police Department, the woman driving the vehicle crashed into the side of a building for unknown reasons, resulting in a large hole in the wall. A team of firefighters and EMTs were called to the scene to assist the victim and evaluate the structural damage to the building.
The woman was immediately transported to a local hospital to undergo treatment for unspecified injuries. She has since been released. Authorities stated that no charges have been filed, and the investigation into the cause of the accident is actively being investigated.
Car Accidents in New York
Our sincere sympathies are extended to the injured party as we maintain our highest hopes for her full recovery. Car accidents in New York are frequently fatal or critically injurious, especially those which occur at a high rate of speed and end when the vehicle meets an immovable object, such as a building. While it can be terribly difficult, it is important for victims to understand that they may have substantial rights moving forward.
At Hach & Rose, we realize that there is almost nothing as challenging as recovering from a sudden injury, and as members of the community, our accident attorneys are here for you 24/7 to answer any questions you may have at this time. If you have been injured in a New York car accident due to no fault of your own, please do not hesitate to call 212-779-0057 today.
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