On February 4, 2017, a driver escaped severe personal injury when she crashed on Route 33 near Easton. The driver, a 31-year-old from Wind Gap, lost control of her Ford automobile while in the southbound lane of Route 33 in Palmer Township, Easton. According to Pennsylvania State Police, her car stuck the guardrail and caught fire. The driver escaped and refused medical treatment for a slight injury she suffered as a result of the auto accident. Route 33 was shut down for nearly two hours to clear debris. Northampton County Emergency Management Services responded to a gasoline spill, said the Palmer Township Assistant Fire Chief.
The personal injury lawyers at the Trapani Law Firm recommend that any persons involved in a traffic accident seek immediate medical treatment. Injuries may not instantly present themselves. Neck pain, back pain and whiplash can be very serious and should not be overlooked. If you’ve been in a car accident, please do not hesitate to call our Easton personal injury attorneys anytime. We can help answer any questions you may have.
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