Spate of Raynham Vehicle Crashes Keep Emergency Crews Busy

August 23, 2012

Person Sitting on Motorcycle

Earlier this month, emergency personnel in Raynham were busy following a number of motor vehicle collisions over a two-day-period. According to Raynham Police Chief James Donovan, an accident involving a motorcycle, a sport utility vehicle (SUV), and a sedan left three people injured on August 7th. Donovan stated the motorcycle and the SUV were both traveling south on Route 104 when the driver of the northbound sedan allegedly struck both of the southbound vehicles.

Following the accident, the driver of the motorcycle, 50-year-old Daniel O'Connor of Taunton, was taken by ambulance to the trauma unit at the Rhode Island Hospital with injuries to his legs, a partially amputated finger, and apparent internal injuries. Although emergency rescue crews initially called a MedFlight helicopter to the scene of the crash, Raynham Fire Chief James Januse stated O'Connor's injuries were too severe to wait for it to arrive. According to Donovan, the other two drivers involved in the accident, 56-year-old Susan Hebert of Raynham and 36-year-old Alfred Giannini of Bridgewater, were taken to Morton Hospital and Medical Center in Taunton for their injuries. The cause of the accident is under investigation.

Approximately 15 minutes later, Raynham emergency crews were summoned to two additional car accidents. According to Donovan, although eight individuals, including several children, were transported to local hospitals, no one appeared to be seriously injured in either accident.

The following day, emergency responders were summoned to the scene of another motorcycle crash. According to police, a Harley Davidson carrying two people was driving north on Route 138 near Carver Street. Meanwhile, a Mazda driven by 31-year-old Mitchell Chabot of Taunton was reportedly headed in the opposite direction. Chabot allegedly made a left turn onto Carver Street in front of the motorcycle, which struck the front passenger door of the Mazda. According to Donovan, the driver of the motorcycle, 44-year-old Ronald Lovell of Taunton, and his passenger, 34-year-old Crystal Bullock of Taunton, were both ejected. Lovell was transported by emergency helicopter to a hospital in Boston with serious injuries. Bullock was also taken to a local hospital for her injuries. The crash is currently still under investigation.

In Massachusetts, people tend to spend a lot of time in their vehicles. Unfortunately, every time you travel on the roadways in our state, you are placed at risk of serious injury or death. Car crashes are often caused by driver negligence, inattention, distraction, or impairment. If you were seriously injured in a motor vehicle crash, you may be able to recover compensation for your medical bills, suffering and pain, lost wages, any resulting disability, and other damages. A skilled Massachusetts personal injury lawyer can help.

If you or a family member was seriously hurt by another driver, contact the Law Offices of Sousa & Sousa, P.C. today. Our knowledgeable Taunton car accident lawyers focus exclusively on personal injury law. The dedicated attorneys at Sousa & Sousa have more than 50 years of combined experience helping Massachusetts clients achieve fair compensation following an injury or accident. The Law Offices of Sousa & Sousa represents clients in Easton, Brockton, Taunton, Bridgewater, Stoughton, and other surrounding towns. To speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer today, please call the Law Offices of Sousa & Sousa at (508) 230-5300 in Brockton, or (508) 823-6111 in Taunton.

More Articles:

Norton Man Charged Following Fatal Hit and Run Accident on Route 24 in Randolph, Brockton Personal Injury Lawyer Blog, August 6, 2012

Fatal Wrong-Way Car Crash in Middleboro Raises Questions About Driver's License Suspensions, Brockton Personal Injury Lawyer Blog, July 26, 2012

Additional Resources:

Spate of motor vehicle accidents in Raynham, by Rebecca Hyman, enterprisenews.com

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