Early Morning Roosevelt Boulevard Crash Injures Five on Sunday

An early morning Roosevelt Boulevard crash injured five people Sunday in Philadelphia, according to the police and multiple news reports. When you are facing injuries due to a crash, talk to an experienced Philadelphia car accident attorney about your case as soon as possible.

Details About the Early Morning Roosevelt Boulevard Crash

The Philadelphia Police Department reported being dispatched to a two vehicle crash just after midnight Sunday morning, April 21st. According to multiple reports there were five people injured between the two vehicles.

This crash occurred in the area of Front Street. All five people complaining of injuries were transported to local hospitals with what police described as non-life-threatening injuries. Police did not release any additional details about the crash or a cause.

The Roosevelt Boulevard near Front Street had lane closures for just under an hour while emergency crews conducted their investigation and cleaned up the debris.

This stretch of road in Philadelphia is one of the most dangerous in the city and the state, with hundreds of accidents occurring each year, many of which often lead to fatalities. Even the addition of red light traffic enforcement cameras has not helped slow the speed of vehicles.

Talk to a Philadelphia Car Accident Lawyer Today

Facing injuries after a car crash is never easy, especially when those injuries prevent you from working and earning a living. Talk with a Philadelphia car accident lawyer about your case so the responsible parties can be held accountable for their actions. Call the office of Kwartler Manus today to schedule a free consultation.

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