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Woman killed in head-on collision

On Behalf of | May 10, 2024 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

These days, it often feels like just getting from point A to point B is a risky endeavor. Tennessee drivers never know what they may encounter when they get behind the wheel and take to the road. Motor vehicle accidents seem to be inevitable. Fortunately, most accidents are minor and nothing more than inconveniences. However, when people drive distracted or impaired, the odds of fatal accidents increase dramatically.

Details of a deadly crash

Recently in Clinton, a head-on crash claimed the life of a woman. The accident happened just before noon in the 2000 block of North Charles Seivers Boulevard close to Alpine Drive. According to reports from the Clinton Police Department, a sedan was headed east on Charles Seivers Boulevard when the driver lost control, went through the center grass median and drove into oncoming westbound traffic.

Reports said the sedan crashed head-on into a westbound SUV, causing the SUV to overturn and land in a nearby ditch. Both drivers along with two passengers in the SUV were all injured and taken to a nearby medical center for treatment, authorities said. Reportedly, the driver of the SUV was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital.

Help in the aftermath

Being involved in a crash can be one of life’s most difficult experiences. Victims of motor vehicle accidents often require surgeries or other medical procedures, which can be costly. Also, the surviving family members of those killed usually must pay end-of-life expenses and endure emotional pain. Those in Tennessee who have suffered injuries or the loss of loved ones due to negligence in motor vehicle accidents can benefit by speaking with an attorney about their options for recourse.