Two Hospitalized in Vehicle Crash on US 101
Mason County, WA (November 9, 2020) – On Friday, a 40-year-old Olympia man and his 47-year-old passenger were injured in a vehicle crash on US 101.
The accident happened at about 8:30 p.m. when the driver and his passenger from Centralia were traveling south where US 101 meets state Route 3.
Washington State Patrol said the driver fell asleep at the wheel. Then, he drove off the road and down a 30-foot embankment.
Finally hitting several trees before he stopped.
The driver still managed to call 911 and ask for help.
Rescuers immediately arrived and took both of the victims to Mason General Hospital in Shelton.
Aim high in steering. Don’t make your steering adjustments based on what is directly in front of you. If the road is winding to the right, for example, look as far into the turn as possible. This will improve your safety and make your turns smoother.
Turn to a Personal Injury Attorney
Moreover, hiring a personal injury attorney is the most valuable step you can take in response to a car crash.
Personal injury attorneys prioritize your recovery while securing your future from further losses an accident can bring forward.
“We can secure evidence in your favor, request additional information, find vital eyewitness accounts, and review insurance coverage you are entitled to that may not be common knowledge. Furthermore, having an experienced attorney fighting on your behalf at such a delicate time in your life will make all the difference,” explains Mark Sweet of Sweet Lawyers.
We encourage you to speak with us today if you have suffered injuries in an auto accident. At Sweet Lawyers, we understand the impact of accidents on victims, and the financial difficulties they have to go through. Moreover, our seasoned personal injury lawyers will provide you with the best legal representation and guide you to a high settlement. With over 44 years of experience in the legal field, we know how to tackle your case from all angles. For more information, callus today at (800) 674 7852.