Fatal car crash- Student dies due to rabbit in sight.
Fatal car crash– Student dies due to rabbit in sight.
A 19-year-old sadly lost his life due to his girlfriend swerving to not hit a rabbit on a popular motorway.
It is believed, the driver, 20-years-old was driving in her vehicle heading home from spending the night at her friend’s house when the fatal car crash happened.
It appears that there was no street lighting on the motorway at the time of the accident and it was dark so the deceased advised the driver to put her full beam lights on, as she did this she saw a rabbit in her headlights and quickly swerved but lost control of the vehicle.
The vehicle started veering to the left hand side of the motorway- when all’s she can remember is her vehicle turning upside down and coming to a standstill in the third lane of the motorway.
Emergency services were called and numerous attempts were made to revive the deceased’s life but they were unsuccessful and the student was pronounced deceased at the scene of the accident.
Information to families of the deceased- Fatal car crash.
By instructing the fatal accident claims solicitors you will NOT BE ALONE. Every death is a tragic chapter and through life it is something we will all experience. But when it is so sudden and to the young the pain can be more than unbearable. Nobody can now bring back the life of your Wife, Husband, Partner Brother, Sister and even a Child. However the family left behind have to continue even when at times it may seem pointless.
The legal side of things plays an important part following a death due to a fatal road accident. It may seem like a blur to bereaved families but it has to be done. The Government have historic legal authority over the body of the deceased, whether we like it or not.
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Posted: February 1, 2016 at 8:40 am