Siblings Survive Deadly Auto Accident

Posted on behalf of Stewart Bell, PLLC on Apr 28, 2015 in Car Accidents

West Virginia  <a href='../car-accident-lawyers-charleston.html' title='auto accident'>auto accident</a> Two sisters are recovering from severe injuries after surviving an auto accident in West Virginia, recently reported.

The sisters were badly hurt, but their mother the driver was killed when an SUV hit their car head-on last month, the website noted, adding that a girl who was with the sisters at the time was also injured.

The SUV driver, a 43-year-old man who was on probation in Florida, collided with the car after driving the wrong way on the West Virginia Turnpike, wrote.

The news site noted that he was later charged with second-degree murder.

Before the accident, he stopped at a toll plaza and then went in the wrong direction in the south-bound lane on the highway in the lead-up to the collision, wrote.

The news site also said that the three teenage girls who survived the collision were flown to a West Virginia medical center and were in critical condition.

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