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Multiple injuries suffered in Missouri car accident

Whenever cars are stopped at a stop sign and pull out into traffic lanes, there is always the risk of not seeing someone coming and being involved in an accident. This appears to be the possible reason for a recent Missouri car accident that injured a number of people. The crash happened along a highway in the middle of the afternoon.

A car had been stopped at the stop sign when the 23-year-old driver proceeded to pull out into the road. A car driven by a 19-year-old woman was coming down the road and the first car hit her vehicle. The car that had pulled out into the intersection subsequently spun around before slamming into a nearby tanker truck.

The first car had two passengers who were injured badly enough to require transportation to a medical facility. The first driver purportedly told authorities that he did not see the car driven by the 19-year-old before he entered into the lane of traffic. It didn't seem immediately clear whether the drivers of the other vehicles received any injuries in the incident.

The injuries suffered by the passengers in this Missouri car accident may result in a number of hardships, such as lost wages, medical bills or even physical therapy costs. While there is no mention of charges against the driver who pulled out from the stop sign, the injured victims may be able to seek a settlement of monetary damages in a Missouri civil court. Any damages awarded may certainly help the injured passengers recoup any lost wages or medical bills that they may have accumulated from the car accident.

Source:, "Three-vehicle crash injures three," April 11, 2013

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