PEOPLE CAN BE SERIOUSLY INJURED IN AN AUTO ACCIDENT MANY DIFFERENT WAYS
The Star Tribune recently reported that a speeding car skidded on an icy south Minneapolis street, went airborne and nose-dived onto two unoccupied vehicles parked behind a home. The crash occurred about 2:30 a.m. near E. 42nd Street and S. Oakland Avenue. It sounds like something right out of a movie.
Police were notified about six hours later, went to the scene immediately and saw a nearly vertical Nissan on top of a car and a pickup truck in a garage driveway. Initially, they thought someone could have been seriously injured or killed. However, no one was found at the scene. It is hard to believe that a person could just walk away from a car accident like that. However, that seems to be what happened.
The homeowner didn’t even know about his misfortune until well after it happened. “I wasn’t home when it happened,” he said. “I was Up North fishing. However, there are three damaged vehicles and my garage is damaged. I don’t even know if the guy [driving] has insurance.”
A neighbor who was driving by about 9:10 a.m. said he saw it out of the corner of his eye and it looked like someone just dropped it from a crane.
This crazy car accident could have seriously injured someone. Our auto accident attorneys have more than 25 years’ experience representing people in all kinds of car accidents in Minnesota with serious injuries.