Fatalities Resulting From Lack of Median Barrier

Fatalities Resulting From Lack of Median Barrier

Fatalities Resulting From Lack of Median Barrier

Fatalities Resulting From Lack of Median Barrier

Hi, I’m Ed Smith, a Vacaville auto accident attorney. In the spring of 2008, Pamela Humphrey and her sister-in-law Ann Quinn set out from their hometown of Tucson, intending to take Interstate 10 to Phoenix. Shortly after entering Maricopa County and nearly to their destination, however, some debris appeared on the road ahead of them. Mrs. Humphrey spotted the obstacles with only little time left to make a correction, and she quickly veered toward the unbarriered median. She was not able to bring her vehicle to a stop in the median itself and careened into the southbound section of the interstate. A tractor-trailer moving along I-10 South smashed into Humphrey’s automobile head-on. Neither Humphrey nor Quinn managed to survive the injuries suffered that May.

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