Severe head-on crash puts 2 Floridians in hospital

November 2nd, 2012 - by DKRPA

A severe car accident in West Palm Beach, Florida has sent two people to the hospital after their vehicles collided head-on. Details in the accident are few and far between; in the coming days, the investigation into the wreck will certainly reveal more information about how the accident occurred and who is at fault.

In the meantime, two people have been hospitalized with undisclosed injuries because of an unfortunate accident. One had to be airlifted to the hospital, so it would seem a safe bet that they were very seriously hurt. The other was taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital.

There are a few things to take away from this accident. The first is that the investigation into a car accident is absolutely critical for the victims. The conclusion made law enforcement officials on the crash will go long way in supporting or opposing their personal injury case. It can take many weeks, and even months, for this investigation to conclude; so the victims and their loved ones must be patient.

Second, accepting the medical care that is offered to you in the aftermath of an accident is vital. If you reject some or all of the care offered to you, it can be very hard to prove which injuries or side effects from the accident were actually caused by the crash. Accepting that medical care will not only help you heal faster, but it will provide official documentation of your injuries.

The third and final aspect of this crash is the unknown nature of how it occurred. The investigation will yield important information in this regard — but there are a variety of things to consider for your sake. Was the other driver intoxicated in any way? Did they have a medical condition that would disrupt their ability to drive? Were they texting or using a cell phone?

Source: WPTV, “Two hospitalized after head-on collision in suburban West Palm Beach,” Juan Diasgranados, Oct. 31, 2012