Adamsville, AL (October 17, 2021) – One person is dead and a firefighter is hurt following a crash in Adamsville on Friday evening. The accident happened on Minor Parkway.
According to the Adamsville Fire Department, dispatchers received a call regarding an accident in the area. Fire crews were requested at the scene and the AFD was in the process of responding to the call when the second accident took place. The crash is believed to have involved a fire department vehicle and a second vehicle. One person died from their injuries sustained in the second accident while a firefighter was also hurt. The firefighter’s condition and the extent of his injuries are not known at this time.
No other details have been released. The accident is under investigation by the Adamsville Police Department.
We would like to offer our thoughts and condolences to all who were affected by this tragic accident.
Fatal Accident in Adamsville
According to Drive Safe Alabama, a fatal crash is reported on our roadways approximately once every nine hours. Deadly accidents can happen in the blink of an eye and are one of the most catastrophic and heartbreaking events for families who have to face the sudden loss of a loved one. In 2019, 930 people were killed on Alabama’s roadways. This number increased from the previous year, underscoring the dangerousness of driving in Alabama. Motorists should always use extreme care and caution in order to reduce their risk of being injured in a crash.
An Alabama car accident can result in a major disruption to your life. Suffering such a major loss means that you now have to deal with unexpected medical costs, the possible loss of a family member, and psychological as well as physical pain. Getting past this difficult event may not seem realistic. However, under Alabama law, crash victims and their families should be aware of the rights that they may have following a major accident.
Adamsville Personal Injury Lawyers
If you have suffered a loss due to an accident, our Adamsville personal injury lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys can help. We understand the law and how to apply it in order to help you receive needed compensation. While no amount of money can bring back your loved one or erase the accident, the compensation that you receive can help you deal with many unexpected and major expenses. It is important to have a team working by your side to ensure that your rights are fully protected after a serious crash.
We are standing to help you at any time. Our car accident lawyers in Adamsville can help bring some closure to a very difficult situation. We offer free consultations and case evaluations for all potential and prospective clients. During the initial consultation, we will discuss a plan to handle your case successfully and help you win. To schedule your appointment with one of our attorneys, please contact us using the link on our website or give us a call at (205) 328-2200.
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Disclaimer: At the personal injury law firm of Cory Watson Attorneys, we have focused our careers on giving back to our local community. Our careers have been dedicated to changing injured victims and their family’s lives for the better. We do this by fighting for and protecting their rights in a court of law to ensure that they receive full and fair compensation after being injured in an accident. Our goal is to bring awareness to the dangers associated with driving. The information provided in this post is not intended to be medical or legal advice. This is not a solicitation for business. The photo used in this post was not taken at the actual accident scene.