5 People Hospitalized after Car Crashes into Horse-and-Buggy in Lancaster

Five People Injured in Lancaster Car versus Horse Cart Crash on Route 340

Lancaster Car versus Horse Cart Crash

5 People Hospitalized after Car Crashes into Horse-and-Buggy in Lancaster

Lancaster, Pennsylvania (July 25, 17) – According to a police report, five people have been admitted to the hospital after a car collided with a horse cart in Pennsylvania.

A car, driven by a woman on Route 340 in Lancaster County, crashed into a horse cart which was crossing the road.

Five people were injured in the crash and were taken to a hospital. The extent of the injuries sustained was not immediately determined.

A sudden loss of a beloved family member can be devastating. It can be twice as traumatic when someone else was responsible for the accident. Your family will have many questions you can’t answer during this time about what to do next. Even though there is nothing that can bring back your loved one, a wrongful death attorney at Edelstein Martin & Nelson – Personal Injury Lawyers Philadelphia can help you get through this devastating time. They can help you seek justice if the accident was caused by negligence or thoughtlessness. You can learn more with a free consultation by calling (888) 208-1810.


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