Blood clot caused fatal car accident
A woman suffered fatal injuries after losing control of her car. The 56 year old woman was traveling on the All at Barton Mills in her VW Passatt when the fatal accident occurred.
She collided with a lorry head on which caused her to suffer severe brain injuries. The female driver was taken to hospital after the crash, were she passed away the following day.
Doctors said despite her server injuries from the fatal car accident the blood clot in her leg would be fatal.
When a coroner examined the body he concluded that the blood clot caused her to lose control of the car.
The lorry driver had been driving through roadworks when a car veered in front of his vehicle and collided head on. The impact with the lorry cars the car to rebound and hit the Citroen Picasso with was behind the car.
An investigation into the lorry and car showed that there were no defects that would cause the crash.
It was confirmed that the driver passed away of a traumatic brain injury and DVT.
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Posted: August 18, 2014 at 8:03 am