St. Louis Man Injured in Train Accident

On April 6, a St. Louis man was involved in a train accident. The 27 year-old-man was struck by the train in downtown St. Louis and then became trapped around 11 PM. The man was unable to escape the elevated tracks near the intersection of South Second Street and Chouteau Avenue. St. Louis Police report that the train driver saw the man standing on the tracks and hit the emergency brakes. The train was unable to come to a complete stop and hit the 27 year-old-man. After the man was rescued from under the track, he was taken to the area hospital where he received medical attention for his injuries. No charges have been filed.

There are many catastrophic injuries and even deaths every year involving MetroLink accidents in the Greater Saint Louis area. A catastrophic injury can affect you the rest of your life. Have you or a loved one been in a serious accident that caused severe injuries. Being alone and feeling powerless, while a loved one is severely injured can feel hopeless. Do not try to face this alone.

St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth are here to help. No one deserves to live a life of pain if you were not to blame for the accident. It is important that you seek legal counsel so that you can understand what you are entitled to and pursue a personal injury claim. Meyerkord & Kurth will provide you with a team who not only understands your situation but can help you find the justice you deserve. Contact us today to receive a free consultation from one of St. Louis’ best personal injury attorneys.

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