Two Men Were Allegedly Killed In Two Different Crashes Last Friday

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According to several local news outlets, there were two separate collisions that happened on Friday night.

An accident on SR 105 claimed the life of a driver who was involved in an accident where the vehicle hit a mailbox, a parked car and a tree after leaving the road mysteriously.

The second fatal accident that happened on Friday night involved a 43-year-old man who was driving eastbound on State Route 12 when he drifted off the road collided against the guard rail and crossed to the westbound lane hitting another vehicle coming from the opposite way.

The driver on the car hit by the distracted driver was allegedly airlifted to the hospital.

Other passengers were also taken to the hospital, but the use of an helicopter wasn’t necessary.

As a Vancouver auto accident lawyer, I hope all injured victims of any of the car accidents from Friday will recover quickly. I also urge all readers to never drive while drowsy or distracted by something other than the road ahead of you.

Personal injury lawyers send their hearts and thoughts to the families of the two men who were tragically killed in these two separate accidents and wish the injured victims a thorough recovery.

 

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