Asheville, NC (November 25, 2018) – A woman from Waynesville was rear-ended in a crash that occurred in Asheville on Saturday, November 24th.
The Asheville Police Department responded to a rear-end collision at the intersection of Amboy Road and Lyman Street around 6:20 am. When police arrived, they discovered that Olivia Woody was driving a 2006 Ford when she came to a traffic light. At the same time, Roxanne Victoria Schell was traveling directly behind her.
Schell failed to reduce her speed and collided with the back of Woody’s vehicle. Woody suffered injuries in the crash and was taken by EMS to Mission Hospital. There is no word on the extent of the injuries at this time.
The crash remains under investigation.
Asheville Car Accident Attorney
Rear-end collisions are extremely common compared to other types of accidents. The great majority of rear-end collisions occur due to driver distraction. In this case, it is not exactly clear what caused Victoria Schell to slam into the back of Olivia Woody’s car. Our thoughts are with the injured victim and we hope for a quick recovery.
If you have suffered injuries in a North Carolina car accident that was not your fault, the injury attorneys at the Nye Law Group can help you recover compensation to which you are legally entitled. Our experienced team of staff and professionals have assisted victims following car accidents all across our state. We offer free consultations. To speak with an attorney, give us a call at (912) 200-5230.
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