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Car accidents: 2 suffer serious injuries in crash on icy bridge

When it comes to icy weather conditions, bridges and overpasses freeze over more quickly than other areas. Drivers who approach a bridge during times of colder temperatures have a duty to proceed with caution, as failing to do so may increase the chances that dangerous car accidents will occur. A head-on collision that took place on a bridge in Montana has reportedly left two individuals with severe injuries.

Law enforcement agents say the incident took place when the driver of a pickup truck lost control after hitting a patch of ice on a local bridge. The truck proceeded to veer into the oncoming lane and collide head-on with another vehicle. Several individuals involved in the crash were taken to a hospital for medical care, and police advised that two passengers reportedly suffered severe injuries.

Aside from icy weather conditions, no further information was provided as to whether any other factors contributed to the crash. It also remains unclear if the driver who caused the accident may have been speeding at the time. However, when ice is involved, a driver can lose control of a vehicle even at lesser speeds, and the results of a similar incident can be catastrophic.

Those who suffer serious harm in car accidents involving a negligent driver may wish to pursue accountability in civil court, but proving negligence can be a daunting task. Fortunately, there are attorneys that can examine the incident and assist a person in Montana in navigating the process. By retaining the services of an attorney, a person could become better prepared to pursue the full amount of compensation deserved through a personal injury claim.

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