By Ken Ringstad on August 27th, 2015 in Alaska, Car Accident, Local Accident Report, Personal Injury
On August 23, a driver collided with a moose while driving southbound on the Parks Highway near Trapper Creek. The collision caused the moose to go into the windshield. A passenger was air-lifted with serious injuries. The driver was transported to a local hospital with serious injuries and two other passengers also were injured.
Report taken from Alaska State Trooper dispatch on August 24.
Vehicle Safety Tips:
Expect more animals. Fall and decreased daylight hours bring more activity in areas where wildlife is common. The decreased daylight reduces visibility. Slow down so you can stop safely if animals are on or near the roadway. Be sure your headlights, both high beam and low beam, are in working order and the lenses are clean.
If you have been injured in a car accident because of someone else’s negligence, call a personal injury attorney right away. It is crucial that you contact a car accident attorney immediately so that the proper steps can be taken to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve for your damages. Call the personal injury attorneys at Ringstad Law Office, P.C. to see how we can help you.