Three teenagers were badly injured in a car accident in Johnson County earlier this month.
According to Fox 59, the accident occurred the night of Tuesday, Nov. 5 where Tracy Road meets U.S. Highway 31. A teenage boy and his two sisters were badly hurt in the multi-vehicle accident.
The New Whiteland Police Department has not said much about how the crash occurred because the injured parties are minors. It is known, however, that all three were students at Whiteland Community High School and that one of them was critically injured in the crash.
The morning after the accident, Whiteland Community High School students wore pink as a sign of support for the injured students and gathered in a prayer circle. “#FightBigMike” also became a local trending topic on Twitter — apparently, it’s a message of solidarity for the injured boy.
As Indianapolis accident attorneys, we are experienced in helping clients who have been hurt in car accidents, or the family members of people who have been killed in such accidents.
Recovering from a car accident isn’t easy, either emotionally, physically or financially. Recuperating takes work and sometimes help. We are able to assist clients with possible legal elements of their situations, such as seeking recovery from responsible parties so that medical bills can be made and lost wages recouped.
If you are ever hurt in a motorcycle, car or truck accident, it might be a good idea to at least speak with an Indianapolis personal injury attorney. Please know that you can contact us at any time.