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Two From North Carolina Injured in Car Accident Involving U.S. Postal Service Truck

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Two cars and a U.S. Postal Service tractor-trailer were involved in an accident on the west side of Charlotte, North Carolina (NC), on February 8, 2012. The accident occurred where Billy Graham Parkway and Scott Futrell Drive intersect.



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According to eyewitness reports given to WCNC, one car ran a red light, causing the other car to drive under the semi. Two people were injured in the accident and taken to Carolinas Medical Center for treatment. Fortunately, the injuries did not appear to be life-threatening, but that does not mean that the victims will not require future medical attention.

The exact cause of the accident is unknown at this time, but it is important for those who were injured to contact a North Carolina car accident attorney. Once fault has been determined, insurance claims and potential personal injury suits will need to be filed, and having an attorney who knows the facts of the accident and extent of the injuries ahead of time will help the process proceed smoothly and in a timely fashion. It is important to find an attorney who is experienced, approachable, and professional.

To learn more about what to do if you are injured in a car accident read Best Guide to Car Accident Injuries in North Carolina.

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