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Richland Hills— Two Pedestrians Struck by Car on Rufe Snow Drive

Posted on Friday, February 15th, 2019 at 3:35 am    

An evening car accident on Rufe Snow Drive sent at least two people to a hospital, last February 11.

At around 7:15 p.m., the North Richland Hills police and fire departments responded to a wreck that occurred at the 5200 block of Rufe Snow Drive at Meadow Crest Drive. According to initial reports, two people were attempting to cross the street when they were hit by a northbound vehicle.

Both pedestrians, identified only as a male and female, were rushed to a local hospital via ground ambulance. The male victim’s condition is said to be stable while the woman is listed in critical condition.

Fortunately, no one else was injured.

The road was temporarily shut down as police investigated the collision. No charges have been made as the investigation is still progress.

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the friends and families of the injured victims. We pray for their full recovery as we hope that the XXX Police Department will do everything to bring those responsible to justice.

Injuries caused by vehicle collisions can vary from crash to crash. Some injuries may heal within a span of days while others could paralyze a victim’s body for a month. The most commonly known car accident injuries include neck and chest and head and back injuries. Broken and ligament damages are also quite common.

Sometimes, a car accident can cause serious injuries to multiple parties—and filing a claim can get complicated. To make sure your claim is successful, you need to gather supporting evidence and documents that can back up your claim. It could be a detailed account of the accident you are involved in or documents indicating the extent of injuries you sustained. These may include a video or photograph of the scene, police reports, and medical records, to name a few.


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