3 People Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash near 35th Avenue and Dunlap Avenue [Phoenix, AZ]

3 People Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash near 35th Avenue and Dunlap Avenue [Phoenix, AZ]

3 People Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash near 35th Avenue and Dunlap Avenue [Phoenix, AZ]

3 People Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash near 35th Avenue and Dunlap Avenue [Phoenix, AZ]

Injuries Reported in Phoenix Traffic Accident near 35th Avenue and Dunlap Avenue

 
PHOENIX, AZ (May 19, 2021) – On Tuesday, three people sustained injuries in a multi-vehicle crash near 35th Avenue and Dunlap Avenue.
 
According to Phoenix fire crews, the incident involving a Phoenix city bus happened near 35th Avenue and Dunlap.
 
Furthermore, responders rushed a 16-year-old boy to a hospital with critical injuries. Also, authorities confirmed that another 16-year-old boy and a 41-year-old woman suffered injuries but were in stable condition.
 
At this time, the circumstances that have led up to the crash remains unknown. Once further details become available, the public will be notified.
 
Meanwhile, authorities restricted traffic in the intersection to give way to the investigation.
 

Dealing with Serious Accidents

 
The aftermath of serious accidents can make everything difficult for those impacted.
 
Indeed, having legal representation after a crash will give you room to heal. At the same time, ensuring that your recovery is secured.
 
“Our goal is to safeguard the legal rights of our clients. Insurance companies only protect their interests, so we protect those of our clients. Our firm works hard to ensure you are offered the highest restitution possible,” says Mark Sweet of Sweet Lawyers.


We are advocates of victims who are severely impacted by multi-vehicle accidents. Furthermore, our law group prides itself on compassionate representation. So, if you are facing a personal injury case, call (800) 674 7852. Indeed, we encourage you to rest and heal, while we obtain a satisfying settlement for you. Therefore, if you’re interested, call us today while there’s still time.