A married couple was injured in a car crash when the driver coming toward them in another lane turned in front of their vehicle. This high-impact collision occurred when the turning vehicle hit the couple’s vehicle head-on while they were traveling at 50 mph.
The husband (80 years old) sustained five fractured ribs, a fractured sternum, neck, shoulder, and left knee pain, and a broken left pinky finger. He was hospitalized for six days following the crash. The wife (73 years old) sustained a lumbar transverse process fracture at L2-L3, right tibial plateau fracture, internal bleeding, a right knee fracture, four fractured ribs on the left side, fractured right ring finger, multiple contusions, and right-side pneumothorax. She was also hospitalized for six days following the crash. [Read more…]