Earlier this Monday morning, a driver involved in a multiple-car accident was hit and injured by a vehicle, while checking on the victims of other vehicles involved in the initial crash.
Phoenix Fire Department spokesman Larry Nunez stated that the incident occured near the intersection at 83rd Avenue and Thomas Road, and that it involved three vehicles striking one another in consecutive rear-end collisions.
Nunez stated that one of the drivers got out of their vehicle to check on the victims of the other two cars involved, when that individual was struck by a fourth vehicle.
The fire department spokesman informed that the victim suffered definite injuries and was unresponsive when emergency personnel arrived on the scene.
Later, at around 8:30 a.m., Phoenix Police Department spokesman, Sergeant Trent Crump, revealed that the victim's injuries were thought to be non-life threatening.
There is no word as of now regarding what exactly caused the first crash, and the investigation into these aspects is ongoing.
As well, no information was released in regard to the possible injuries suffered by the others involved in the initial crash.
As a Phoenix car accident lawyer, you see these incidents from time to time, when an individual in injured while trying to help others in need after a crash.
There is not much information at this time regarding how this all went down, but a thorough investigation will likely lead to more details being released to the public.
Our Phoenix car accident law firm hopes for the speedy and full recovery of those who were injured, and we will keep you updated on any relevant information relating to this incident.