Scotland – Vehicle Crash Update
Authorities just released an update regarding a recent vehicle crash in Scotland.
71-year-old Michael Walsh of Canterbury was driving his Jeep Compass eastbound on Route 14 last Monday when his vehicle suddenly swerved off the roadway near Miller Road, crashing into a tree. He was immediately transported to the Windham Community Memorial Hospital for treatment. Officials announced yesterday that Walsh just died from his injuries. They also reported that the victim was wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash. Authorities continue to investigate the incident and will release more information as they become available.
There have been instances in the past where product/vehicle defects have caused road accidents, so this is an angle that investigators should definitely look at. If this factor is established, victims or their families may have various legal options at their disposal that can help them find closure after these unfortunate events.
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