1 Dead and 1 Hurt in Spokane Auto Accident on 5100 Adams Street
SPOKANE, WA (April 13, 2021) – Sunday afternoon, a woman died and a 5-year-old girl suffered injuries in a crash on 5100 Adams Street.
According to reports, the Spokane Fire Department responded initially at 1:48 p.m. They received reports of a running car in a closed garage in the 5100 block of Adams Street.
When they arrived, they located a semiconscious man next to the car in the garage. Also, they located a dead woman and a 5-year-old girl with serious injuries. Both of them sustained traumatic wounds. The little girl was alive upon the firefighters’ arrival.
Meanwhile, the man in the garage has been taken into custody.
At this time, the authorities haven’t revealed whether the involved parties knew each other of it the incident was a stabbing.
Meanwhile, the 5-year-old was in surgery as of 4 p.m.
Sweet Lawyers express its sincere sympathies to the bereaved family of the victim of the crash on Adams Street.
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Mark Sweet, a wrongful death attorney, says, “The most valuable step a family can take in response to a serious accident is hiring an attorney. A wrongful death case can help your family find closure while securing your future from further losses.”
Ultimately, the last thing most families want to deal with is paperwork, questions from insurance companies, and attempting to obtain police reports.
“Our firm works tirelessly to ensure that the people we work for are granted the highest restitution possible,” says Mark Sweet, a seasoned attorney at Sweet Lawyers.
Sweet Lawyers know precisely how to navigate delicate cases through the legal system. We’ve assisted many families with the financial tolls that plague them after an unexpected loss. Moreover, if you believe you might have a auto accident case and would like to pursue it with an aggressive, yet compassionate legal professional on your side, call (800) 674 7852. Together, we’ll ensure that your case moves your family forward through this difficult time.