Man hurt in Chicago garbage truck accident
At least one person suffered injuries in a recent collision between two garbage trucks in the Little Village neighborhood, an article of Chicago Tribune reported on October 26.
Information coming from the Chicago Fire Department revealed that around 11:30 a.m. two garbage trucks collided near Drake Avenue and 31st Street. One of the two truck drivers was transported to a hospital due to injuries. A utility post was damaged by the collision, which resulted in 1,600 households experiencing power loss, including the building of Cook County criminal courts. Authorities are investigating the incident to discover the cause.
Collisions involving trucks are often catastrophic in nature, especially because they leave families struggling with a great financial loss. However, if this happens to you in Danville, a personal injury lawyer at Spiros Law, P.C., can help you receive compensations if negligent parties are involved. Speak with us today by calling (217) 443-4343 to learn more about your legal options.