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Car accidents created slow traffic on Florida Turnpike

Traffic was rampant on the Florida Turnpike in Martin County and St. Lucie County on April 3, as several car accidents caused blockage on various sections of the highway, according to a report by TCPalm.

The first crash happened in Martin County at around 12:30 p.m. A truck hauling a construction vehicle had pulled over to the right shoulder, and an oncoming semi-truck collided with it, causing the trailer to detach and swing into the road. A woman unnamed in reports attempted to avoid the trailer by swerving her Nissan, but the vehicle ended up rolling over. Both the driver of the semi-truck and the two women occupying the Nissan were injured and quickly transported to a nearby hospital, according to Florida Highway Patrol spokesman Sgt. Mark Wysocky.

Another accident occurred about an hour later, only a few miles further up the northbound lanes in Hobe Sound. This crash also involved a collision with a semi-truck—this time with a compact car. Two people were flown from the accident by helicopter to the hospital.

The West Palm Beach attorneys of Schuler, Halvorson, Weisser, Zoeller & Overbeck, P.A. know that car accidents can be devastating for victims and their families. In addition to physical and emotional trauma, the financial costs associated with an accident like this can be extremely high. Fortunately, our legal team may be able to work on your behalf to hold those responsible for your wreck accountable for your damages. Call us at (561) 689-8180 today to begin taking action.

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