Roanoke Car Accident Injures Four

by Staff Blogger | January 3rd, 2013

Jan. 3, 2013

Four people were seriously injured as the result of an accident in Bedford County, Virginia, earlier this week. According to WDBJ 7 News, the crash occurred Friday evening at the intersection of Route 460 and Route 711.

The Virginia State Police report that a 26-year-old woman from Huddleston, Virginia, was driving a 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt along Route 460. She approached the intersection with Route 711 and attempted to make a left turn. A 2010 Nissan Armada being driven by a man from Eagle Rock, Virginia, was approaching on 711. The driver of the Nissan did not have time to stop and the two vehicles collided.

The impact of the Roanoke Car Accident injured the driver of the Cobalt, along with two female passengers and a child in the Armada.

A study from the Federal Highway Administration shows that a majority of accidents occur at road intersections. The chances of an accident increase significantly when fewer roads intersect at a specific location. The number of accidents at four-legged intersections saw an average of 38 accidents per year versus more than 55 at four-way intersections.

The Roanoke Personal Injury Lawyers with Skolrood Law Firm recognize the dangers auto accidents present to motorists. The law firm may be able to help you if you have been injured in a virginia car accident that occurred at no fault of your own.