Details remain unclear on the circumstances of an early morning June 29th accident that killed a 23-year-old resident of Deer Park. Third Precinct officers and fighter fighters told New York Injury Lawyers they arrived on the scene near Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip to find a block-long field of shattered glass and plastic, and a sedan smashed to the point of being nearly unrecognizable, both the hood and the roof torn off. A utility pole, snapped in half with the top still dangling from the wires above, indicated the point where the car went of the road and shot down the sidewalk.
The victim was trapped inside the front passenger seat of the overturned car, according to a New York Injury Lawyer. Another young woman in the car at the time, 21, was found outside the car and spoke with officers before she was taken by ambulance to Good Samaritan, sources told a New York Car Accident Lawyer. Detectives have been unable to confirm who was driving the 1995 Lincoln Town Car when the single car crash occurred. They do not believe, however, that there was a third person in the vehicle. Since the victim was wearing a seat belt, she could not have been the driver.
The police are still looking for witnesses to shed further light on details of the crash. New York Car Accident Lawyers have determined the survivor is not confirmed to have been the driver of the vehicle, though the car was owned by one of her relatives. The exact ownership of the car is still under investigation. Police declined to state if the survivor made any comments following the crash. The family of the survivor has not returned calls from reporters.
If you are a loved one has been injured in a car accident, a New York Car Accident Attorney is available to assist you. The assistance of a New York Injury Attorney will help you represent your interests and attain the best possible resolution.