Crash Took Place At Intersection Of Cincinnati-Brookville Road (SR 126) And Brown Farm Drive
The Ross Township Police Department responded on Friday, October 4th around 5PM to an accident between a passenger car and a semi-truck that left four victims with injuries.
Three of the victims were traveling in the passenger car, and all were students of Ross High School which is located less than three miles from the scene. The other, less-gravely injured victim was the driver of the semi-truck.
The driver, along with the front passenger, of the student’s vehicle had to be airlifted due to the life-threatening nature of their injuries. The third passenger, who was in the back seat, did not suffer injuries as acute as the others, though they were taken to the Children’s hospital in Liberty Township for treatment nonetheless.
The semi-truck driver had to be transported by emergency units to Fort Hamilton Hospital, though his injuries are believed to be non-life threatening.
The investigation into the incident is still ongoing, with the names of the victims being withheld until more information can be gathered regarding the circumstances. Likewise, no charges have been filed.
Hi. My name is Laurence Banville.
If you or a loved one were injured or killed in this accident or a similar one, I would be happy to speak with you and discuss your options.
Call the number below. It would be my honor to help you. Consultations are free.
Laurence Banville of BanvilleLaw.com, a contributor to Legal Herald and experienced truck accident attorney, shared the following valuable insight for those who may have suffered injuries in a truck accident:
“No one should have to suffer injuries of any degree as a result of the negligence of another person. And although there’s nothing that can turn back time and prevent tragic injuries or deaths from occurring as a result of a truck accident, financial compensation can ensure that victims and their loved ones are not strained by the incident.
Even with the best health insurance policies that offer maximum coverage, the cost of medical treatment and ongoing therapy for truck accident injuries can be extraordinary. Often times, it can surpass hundreds of thousands and even millions of dollars.
This is exactly why the law allows victims of an accident the opportunity to seek compensation for all of these costs through a truck accident lawsuit. This lawsuit is filed against the negligent party and if the victim wins the case or reaches a settlement beforehand, they could be fully compensated for all the damages they have suffered. They can also receive compensation for future expenses that can be expected to arise through long-term medical care.
A truck accident lawsuit needs to be filed in a timely manner after the accident takes place. This is why contacting an experienced legal team soon after the incident is considered to be vital to the success of a case.”
- St. Clair County, Illinois – 43-Year-Old Man From Belleville Killed In IL 161 Crash - October 18, 2019
- Rosemount, Minnesota – Two Killed, Three Injured In Rear-End Accident On Highway 55 - October 18, 2019
- Gilroy, California – Cement Truck Driver Killed In Collision With Semi-Truck On Hwy 25 - October 17, 2019