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Massac Co, IL – 2 Injured In Collision With Stopped Vehicle On I-24

| Nov 28, 2019 | Uncategorized

Massac County, IL (November 28, 2019) – A multi-vehicle accident on I-24 left two people injured. The crash took place on Wednesday, November 27th, near mile marker 33 in Massac County, Illinois. Three vehicles were reportedly involved in the accident. 

According to initial reports, Steven Seufert, 55, was traveling on I-24 WB when he stopped his vehicle after hitting a deer. Another driver, Nicole Stegman, 63, then hit Seufert’s vehicle, before coming to a stop. Finally, Stegman’s vehicle was hit by Jessica Craig, 39.

Two of the drivers involved sustained injuries in the crash. An ongoing investigation into the accident is being handled by local law enforcement.

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

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Car crashes are the leading cause of death for Illinois residents. These crashes are often unexpected and leave victims with serious injuries. These damages are often severe and can seriously disrupt the lives of victims.

There are more than 6 million reported car crashes each year in the United States. An astounding 3 million people sustain injuries in these collisions. In some cases, injured victims may be eligible to recover financial compensation by contacting an Illinois car crash lawyer.

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