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Three Car Accident In Danville, Kentucky Sends Two To The Hospital

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A three car accident on the South Danville bypass injures two people. The accident happened shortly after noon on Saturday. It is reported that Reuben Harness, age 40, of Danville, Kentucky, was attempting to turn onto the bypass when Jeremy Shryock, age 34, of Midway, Kentucky, who was traveling eastbound on the bypass, failed to stop at a red light at the intersection with Brent Avenue. Shyrock’s vehicle, a Ford Expedition, struck a Chevy Monte Carlo, driven by Catherine Gooch, age 30, of Danville, Kentucky, and then continued on to collide with Harness’ vehicle. No one in Shryock’s vehicle or Gooch’s vehicle were injured. Harness and his passenger were transported to Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center with injuries.

This appears to be a clear case of fault on the part of Shryock. Harness and his passenger will likely be able to seek a monetary recovery form Shryock and his insurance company for their medical bills, any lost wages they may have as a result of the accident, and be compensated for their pain & suffering
For more information on the right of people injured in Kentucky car accidents, contact the Ackerson Law Offices and Kentucky injury attorney Brent T. Ackerson at (502) 882-5176 or email Brent directly. by clicking here