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Car Accidents 12/21/2011

Four People Injured In Car Accident After Driver Fled From Police

The car accident occurred just before 6 p.m. on Dec. 15 after Towson University police officers tried to stop a car with stolen license plates. Police say officers began to approach the car when the driver of the vehicle sped away. As the vehicle fled, it went out of control at the intersection of York Road and Towsontown Boulevard, hitting another car with four occupants inside.

The four people in the car were sent to area hospitals as a result of the accident. The conditions of the victims have not been released. As Baltimore County residents can imagine, they will likely suffer some pain and hardship because of their injuries

The two people in the car that caused the accident were taken in by police officers.

According to the news source, Baltimore County Police are investigating the incident. In a case like this, it is vital that the facts and circumstances be thoroughly investigated.

It appears that the driver of the vehicle that sped away from police was acting recklessly. The victims of motor vehicle accidents, such as this one, typically have grounds for pursuing a civil lawsuit. Regardless of what authorities decide to do in the form of criminal charges against the driver, the four persons injured in this accident deserve proper payment for their injuries. They may find it best to work with an experienced personal injury attorney as they pursue compensation.

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