Waynescastle, Pennsylvania - 2 Injured, One Critical After Pickup Is Struck Head-On By Semi Near Fun Castle

Victims Identified As Jacob Godlove, 20, And Kayla Kelley, 19, Both Of Hagerstown, MD

The two-vehicle crash took place on Buchanan Trail East in Antrim Township near the familiar Fun Castle on Tuesday, October 22nd.

Godlove and Kelley were traveling east on Route 16 when an oncoming semi-truck seemingly lost control, crossed the median and struck their 2001 Chevrolet S10 pickup truck. The semi, a 2000 International Harvester, was being driven by John Humes, a 49-year-old who was also accompanied by Melissa Trump, a 52-year-old, both of whom are residents of Chamberburg.

All four victims required treatment at facilities after the crash: Godlove was airlifted to R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center (Blatimore, MD) with life-threatening injuries; Kelley was airlifted to Hershey Medical Center (Hershey, PA) with unspecified injuries, though it has been reported that she is pregnant. The two individuals traveling in the truck, Humes and Trump, were transported by emergency responders to Meritus Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.

State police conducted an investigation but have yet to release all details regarding the accident.

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An experienced truck accident attorney at BanvilleLaw.com, Laurence Banville is proud to fight for the rights of victims who suffer unexpected injuries in truck crashes. He offered the following insight for those in a similar situation:

“An event as tragic and as unforeseeable as a truck accident can, without a doubt, change the life of the persons involved as well as that of their loved ones. This is due to the fact that the injuries the victims suffer are often very severe if not outright deadly.

When victims are lucky enough to survive, they then have a long road to recovery that they must follow if they hope to live a normal life again. Unfortunately, this recovery usually entails very expensive medical treatments as well as ongoing physical therapy.

Insurance policies are supposed to cover the expenses of victims in these kinds of cases, yet it’s very common for an insurance policy to reach its payout limit and stop providing victims with financial benefits and assistance.

For this reason, a truck accident lawsuit can be the only way that victims and their loved ones can receive a compensation that truly covers the damages resulting from a truck crash. For example, via a lawsuit, victims can receive a sum of money that considers the cost of medical treatment not only of the past, but also the cost expected to continue into the future.

Truck accident lawsuits must be carefully planned for victims to have a chance at achieving a full compensation. In this regard, finding an assertive truck injury attorney is vital, as their knowledge and experience can be critical when a much-needed compensation is being disputed in a courtroom.”



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About Laurence Banville

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Laurence P. Banville, Esq. is the managing partner of Banville Law. He is a regular contributor on several topics including negligent security cases, child sexual abuse and Dram Shop and liquor liability cases.

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