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Motor vehicle accidents: Crash claims life of 2-year-old child

When a driver loses control of a vehicle and veers off the road, nearby pedestrians may find it nearly impossible to react in time to escape a potential disaster. Motor vehicle accidents involving pedestrians can prove dangerous under any circumstance and those who are unable to react in time to reach safety could suffer serious harm in the process, or worse. An accident that took place after a driver lost control and veered toward a temporary gift shop vendor has reportedly claimed the life of a 2-year-old child in Florida.

The incident reportedly took place at the site of a temporary shopping vendor that had set up a tent to sell items on Valentine's Day. Authorities say that for reasons unknown, the driver of a northbound vehicle lost control and veered in the direction of the tent, crashing through a nearby fence in the process. The vehicle reportedly hit a child who was standing near the tent, subsequently causing him to become trapped underneath the vehicle.

Nearby witnesses say they attempted to rescue the boy from underneath the vehicle while awaiting the arrival of emergency responders. Although he was airlifted to a hospital soon thereafter, he reportedly passed way sometime after arriving at the facility. Authorities have advised that the incident is under investigation and that charges are pending against the driver who caused the accident.

There may be few things in life as difficult to handle as suffering the untimely loss of a child. Those who experience such loss in motor vehicle accidents due to the actions of a negligent driver may wish to exercise their right to seek accountability through the civil justice system, but they might be uncertain where to turn for guidance in the process. By consulting with an experienced attorney, a person in Florida could obtain much needed guidance in preparing to pursue the compensation entitled through a claim against the party deemed responsible.

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