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Two sent to hospital in multi-vehicle crash in Indiana

People in Indiana expect to enjoy the holiday season with their family, and they look forward to this time all year long. When a motor-vehicle accident causes severe injuries and totals the car in the process, it can send the whole season into a tailspin for the accident victim and their family. One of the ways families can come to terms with their shocking accident can be to hold the negligent driver accountable, but when there are multiple vehicles involved, it can only add to the headache.

Police are carrying out an investigation into a multiple-vehicle crash in Indiana. The crash sent two to the hospital and resulted in two completely totaled vehicles. Given the fact that their vehicles were completely ruined, it is a miracle that the people involved survived the accident.

According to the police, a semi pulling a flat-bed trailer was going east on the road when the driver hit the rear of the vehicle in front of it. the 42-year-old driver in the car that hit the 40-year-old's vehicle started off a chain reaction that ended up with four cars crashing into one another. Since they were stopped at an intersection when the first accident took place, there were two other cars hit, one being driven by a 33-year-old male and another by a 47-year-old male. The results of the toxicology test are currently pending.

When someone is involved in a car crash, they often are injured in the process. Finances are already tight right before the holidays, and unexpected medical expenses can only make things worse. It may be possible to pursue compensation from a negligent driver for the injuries and property damage that result from the car crash they caused.

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