Fiery SUV Accident Results in Five Fatalities

During the very early hours of Thursday, a fiery car crash resulted in the death of five individuals. At approximately 12:30 a.m., an SUV was traveling at a high rate of speed when it crashed into a concrete barrier and landed 30 - 50 feet below on Interstate 10 in Phoenix, Arizona. The impact caused the vehicle to burst into flames. After extinguishing the fire, investigators believe the victims to be two adults and three children. They are uncertain if the impact of the crash caused their deaths of if the fire is to blame. Authorities discovered skid marks on the overpass indicating the driver attempted to stop the vehicle. The accident is continuing to be investigated.

There are millions of drivers that travel U.S. roadways every year increasing the risks of an auto accident. The more drivers on roadways allow more opportunities for driving errors and negligent driving. Fatigued driving, distracted driving, operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and speeding are common examples of reckless driving that cause a majority of the thousands of auto accidents that happen annually. Statistically, it is likely that you or a loved one will be injured in a car accident at some point during your life. If you experience this traumatic event, you owe it to yourself to seek a legal consultation from an experienced auto accident attorney.

The St. Louis law firm of Meyerkord & Kurth is built on family values and we pride ourselves on building relationships with our clients. We are continuously available to answer your questions or address your concerns during the process of the case. Our attorneys will analyze your accident to determine the most effective strategy at obtaining the financial compensation you deserve. Contact us today to receive a free no-obligation consultation.

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