Car crashes involving more than one vehicle can also take their toll from a logistics point of view. The morning of February 6 was a perfect example of this, as the southbound lanes of Interstate 95 were notably impacted by such an occurrence.
Several lanes had to be completely shut down as authorities responded to a crash involving multiple cars, as well as taking steps to clean up the area once the scene had been processed. The original incident took place at Stirling Road around 5 a.m.
As of the time of this writing, information regarding injuries or fatalities has not yet been released. It’s also unclear as to how the incident began, and whether there were other cars in close proximity that were at the wrong place at the wrong time.
Even almost two hours later, there was significant traffic, as two local lanes and one express lane remained out of commission. During the morning commute, drivers were encouraged to take alternative routes to their destination.
It stands to reason that there are fewer cars on the road that early, but accidents such as this one can still take place if drivers are not conscious of their surroundings and making sound judgments.
The experienced professionals at Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey & Fronrath stand ready and willing to assist if you or someone you know is injured in a car accident. We can be reached at (561) 655-1990.