Fatal Chain-Reaction Crash in Philadelphia

A fatal chain-reaction crash in Philadelphia killed one and injured another person on shortly before 1 AM Sunday morning. If you suffer the loss of a loved one in an accident, or you suffer injuries, it is important that you protect your right to compensation. Call a Philadelphia car accident attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case.

Details About the Fatal Chain-Reaction Crash

The Philadelphia Police Department and Philadelphia Fire Department responded shortly after 1 AM Sunday morning to the 2000 block of Cecil B. Moore for the report of a serious crash. Emergency personnel arrived to find multiple vehicles heavily damaged in what was described as a chain-reaction crash.

Police were already in the vicinity when the dispatch went out for the wreck and were on scene quickly. However, they were unable to apprehend the driver or the passenger of the vehicle that caused the wreck, a stolen Honda, as both fled the scene on foot.

The stolen Honda plowed into a Chevy, which then hit a third vehicle after spinning. A 36-year-old inside the Chevy was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene. Authorities have not yet released the identity of the victim.

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After you are injured in a car accident, or you suffer the loss of a loved one, you should talk to Kwartler Manus in Philadelphia. The compassionate Philadelphia car accident attorney from our team will work diligently to help you recover compensation for your loss. Call our office or complete our contact form to schedule a free consultation today.

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