Fatal I-95 Car Accident Caused by Wrong Way Driver

A wrong way driver killed a woman in a fatal I-95 car accident early Sunday morning, according to the Pennsylvania State Police. If you suffer the loss of a loved one in a car crash you deserve to be compensated. Talk to a Philadelphia car accident attorney today about your case.

Details About the Fatal I-95 Car Accident

PA State Troopers and other emergency personnel were dispatched to I-95 North in the area of the Walt Whitman Bridge and Columbus Boulevard in South Philly for the report of an accident around 2:40 AM Sunday.

Officers arrived to find two vehicles that collided head on in the Northbound lanes. A vehicle traveling the wrong direction, southbound on the northbound side, hit a vehicle being driven by a 21-year-old woman. The woman died as a result of the crash. The driver of the wrong way vehicle, a 44-year-old man, was transported to a local hospital.

Police have said that the wrong way driver is likely to face charges in the crash and is suspected of being under the influence at the time of the crash.

Talk to a Philadelphia Car Accident Lawyer Today

When you suffer the loss of a loved one in a car crash you will undoubtedly struggle with a range of emotions. You might also have trouble paying the bills that mount because of medical care prior to their death or their funeral costs. Call the office of Kwartler Manus to schedule a free consultation with a Philadelphia car accident lawyer today.

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