On behalf of Berkshire Ginsberg, LLC posted on Thursday, June 28, 2012.
Tragically, car accidents can sometimes have fatal results. Thus, car crashes can be an extremely serious type of accident. Consequently, it is very important for motorists to drive responsibly when behind the wheel. Recently, an auto collision occurred in Oregon that resulted in a woman’s death. The crash occurred in Portland last Friday. Reportedly, that day, an individual from Camas, Washington was driving a pickup truck west along Northeast Lombard Street. Allegedly, this pickup truck then crossed onto the road’s eastbound side and struck two cars. According to the article on OregonLive.com which reported this story, police are still in the process of investigating this motor vehicle accident. One of the two cars that the pickup truck hit was being driven by a 36-year-old woman from Vancouver, Washington. This woman died as a result of this motor vehicle accident. The accident also reportedly resulted in both the driver of the other car the pickup truck hit and the driver of the pickup truck suffering injuries. As this tragic incident illustrates, car accidents can sometimes result in an individual’s death. Consequently, one hopes that all motor vehicle drivers will do everything they reasonably can to prevent car accidents. This includes obeying all applicable traffic laws when out on the roads. It also includes doing everything one reasonably can to remain in control of one’s vehicle when driving. If motor vehicle drivers fail to do these things, they could be putting themselves and individuals they share the roads with in harm’s way. Source: OregonLive.com, “Woman in fatal NE Portland crash identified,” Sally Ho, June 24, 2012