Peoria, IL (December 15, 2019) – A woman was hospitalized following a rollover collision in Peoria, Illinois on Friday, December 13th. The accident occurred near the intersection of West Timberedge Drive and West Rachael Drive. Emergency responders found the vehicle turned over in a residential area along with a dislodged power transformer.
Initially, the woman and young child were trapped in the vehicle. The young boy’s father rescued the child from the vehicle before officials arrived at the scene. The woman was taken to OSF by paramedics, and the child was taken to the same medical center by his father.
Power in the area was disrupted following the accident. An investigation into the crash is currently underway.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
Rollover Accidents in Illinois
Rollovers are sudden events that can leave occupants at risk of sustaining serious injuries. These crashes are often the result of driver error, especially when they only involve one vehicle. These types of collisions are known to be deadly.
Each year, nearly 35 percent of all deadly passenger vehicle collisions involve rollover crashes. 69 percent of those killed in a rollover were unrestrained at the time of impact. In some cases, injured parties may be able to recover lost compensation with the help of an Illinois car crash attorney.
The legal team at Kent M. Lucaccioni, Ltd. is here to fight for your right to compensation. We believe in helping those unfairly injured in a car accident. Contact our offices at 312-386-7683 to discuss your case today.
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