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Alcohol Not Cause of Fatal Crash


Suffolk police have told New York Car Accident Lawyers alcohol appears to have not been involved in a car accident in Bay Shore that killed one man and injured four others, including an emergency medical technician on his way to an accident. No charges are pending.

A 21-year-old volunteer EMT for Brentwood Legion Ambulance, from Bayshore had activated the lights and siren on one of their vehicles, a 2007 Ford Explorer, police sources told a New York Injury Lawyer.

He was responding to a report of an overturned car when he approached the rear of a 1993 Saturn SC, police told a New York Car Accident Lawyer, which shifted right out of the Explorer’s way, then attempted to make a left turn, and the Explorer struck the driver’s side of the Saturn.

The passenger in the driver-side passenger seat of the Saturn, an 18-year-old Bayshore resident, was seriously injured and later pronounced dead at Southside Hospital, police told a New York Injury Lawyer. The EMT was taken to Southside Hospital with leg and shoulder injuries, which were determined to be not serious.

The 18-year-old driver of the Saturn and his other two passengers were taken to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip with minor injuries. The official cause of the crash remains under investigation.

If you or a loved one has suffered the trauma of a car accident, a New York Car Accident Attorney is ready to assist you. Only with the help of a New York Car Accident Attorney can you properly begin the process of getting your life back in order.

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