Webster, NY – Accident at Ridge Rd & Hatch Rd Results in Injuries

Fargo, ND – University Dr Site of Accident With Injuries

Fargo, ND (July 23, 2020) – A collision between an undetermined number of vehicles resulted in injuries to at least a few of the people involved on Tuesday, July 21st in the city of Fargo.

According to dispatch logs that are maintained by the Fargo Police Department, the vehicle collision took place at about 6:30 p.m. in the 1700 block of University Drive South. 

Although a formal police report was filed and victim injuries were confirmed by paramedics at the scene of the crash, little to no other information has concerning the cause of the accident or the degrees of the injuries sustained by those involved have been released to the public.

This accident is currently under investigation by officers from the Fargo Police Department. 

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

Car Accidents in Fargo

Fargo, ND - University Dr Site of Accident With Injuries

Any form of distraction on the part of the driver, such as taking their hands, eyes, or even their mental focus off of their surroundings, is a frequently recorded causative factor in the majority of motor vehicle collisions in North Dakota and throughout the United States as well. 

Texting while behind the wheel of a car is an action that is so dangerous that drivers who engage in it are 23 times more likely to be involved in a collision or experience a near-collision event than drivers who are fully focused on the road in front of them. 

Drives who send and receive text messages are also six times more likely to get into a car accident than a driver who is under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. 

Based on data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in 2017 almost 3,200 car accidents victims across the country were killed during car accidents where a distracted driver is listed as being the cause. This figure accounts for just under 10% of the total number of deadly car accidents that occurred that year.

There are so many questions to ask when you or someone you love has been involved and injured in a serious accident. Local Accident Reports was created as a resource for accident victims throughout the United States who have sustained injuries in an accident.  We provide invaluable resources and information for anyone who has been injured as a result of an accident. To obtain a free police accident report, contact Local Accident Reports today to be connected with one of our localized skilled and dedicated personal injury lawyers.

If you were injured in an accident or someone that you love was injured in an accident that you believe was caused by the careless, reckless, negligent, or intentional actions of another, you need legal guidance to ensure that your rights as an accident victim are protected from the start. To speak with a dedicated car accident lawyer in your area with decades of local personal injury experience call Local Accident Reports at 1-888-657-1460. Call today to find out if you have the right to compensation. 

Note: These posts are created solely for the use of Local Accident Reports. We have not verified the information in these posts as the information is gathered from secondary sources. If you have personal knowledge that the information contained in these posts is inaccurate, please contact Local Accident Reports immediately so we can make the necessary corrections or remove the story.

Disclaimer: We are providing this information to the general public as a resource to use in the event you or a family member are injured in a similar incident. Every effort is put forth to honor the victims of accidents, and hope the information presented helps others avoid the same type of accidents in the future. The photos depicted in these posts are not representative of the actual accident scene. Please contact Local Accident Reports at (888) 657-1460 to be connected with an attorney in your area who will answer any legal questions you may have.