A crash affecting two single-occupant cars at the intersection of M-55 and M-33 at 6:48 a.m. local time on Tuesday, Feb. 4 has led to injuries suffered by one of the motorists.
Based on data provided by the Michigan State Police, the crash happened when the two vehicles crossed through the intersection simultaneously, one northbound on M-33 and the second westbound on M-55. They slammed into one another as a result.
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The operator of the northbound car, Michael Campbell, 39, of Haslett, purportedly claimed that he was driving at 60-65 mph and had the right of way due to having a green light, and he was hit by the other vehicle, operated by Karen Messer, 68, of West Branch. But, witnesses at the scene refuted Campbell’s story and recollection of the accident, stating it was in fact Messer who had the right of way at the time.
Messer allegedly said that the last thing she could recall was leaving her house. She was promptly taken to MidMichigan Medical Center in West Branch for care for her injuries.
MICHIGAN PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS
Awaiting an official investigation, Karen Messer and his loved ones could be entitled to a personal injury claim. Family members of personal injury or wrongful death victims might pursue damages for loss of companionship, pain and suffering, and emotional distress after a horrible or tragic incident such as this terrible accident.
Torklaw’s legal analysts are experienced in wrongful death and personal injury accidents. We have the resources needed to handle cases just like this one. Should you or a loved one need help, we are available and would love to talk.