Car Manages to Crash Through Concrete Barrier, Catches Fire
The material of choice for crash protection on our nation’s roadways is concrete. A concrete barrier will stop just about anything it is path, even those temporary barriers used for road construction. That’s what makes today’s single-vehicle crash story even more astonishing. It happened around 5 AM on North Capital of Texas Highway. A car crashed through a concrete barrier at an intersection and landed in a parking lot. The force of the crash was hard enough to set the car on fire. All four people in the vehicle died in the flames before firefighters could get to them. Speed is believed to be a major factor in the accident. Getting to the bottom of an accident is never easy. There are many variables. Car trouble, intoxication of the driver, broken road rules, and much more. Any of these can influence whose is truly at fault for an accident. Discovering who is at fault is important for determining compensation if a lawsuit is filed. If you live in Houston and you get in an accident, you need the help of someone you can trust. Our car accident attorneys are ready to help you get back on your feet and fight for your rights in court. Call our offices today for a free consultation.