Safety Seat Prevents Injury to a 2 Year Old in a Lehigh Valley Car Crash

Posted on: October 16th, 2013       Attorney Thomas Newell

On October 11, 2013, a Lehigh Valley car crash resulted in injuries to 2 adult passengers, but a small child escaped unharmed as she was strapped into her safety seat.  As reported in The Morning Call, a woman was driving her SUV in the rain just north of Bethlehem PA when she lost control of her vehicle.  The SUV crashed into an embankment and flipped over but, ultimately landed on its wheels.

CHILD SAFETY SEATThe Northampton County car accident caused injuries to the driver and a passenger.  Both were treated at St. Luke’s Hospital in Bethlehem and released.  Pennsylvania State Police from the Bethlehem Barracks investigated the car wreck.  All of the occupants in the SUV were fortunate that their vehicle was not hit by any other motor vehicles.

Attorney Thomas J. Newell has represented PA car accident victims since 1981.  Call him today at 1-800-980-4842 to set up your free home consultation.  His website details his 32 years of personal injury litigation experience: