Omaha, NE (January 12, 2021) – A collision in the Omaha area on Monday claimed the lives of two people. At approximately 1:09 p.m., on January 11, the Omaha Fire Department and officers with the Omaha Police Department responded to the scene of a crash on North 24th Street.
Reports from authorities show that a Dodge Journey was traveling through the intersection of North 24th Street and Lake Street when it collided with a 2017 Hyundai Z-Trip taxi. After the initial collision, the two vehicles collided with a 2001 Buick and a 2007 Lincoln, which were stopped at a red light at the intersection.
A passenger in the taxi, 60-year-old Laron B Imani, was killed instantly as a result of the crash.
The driver of the Taxi, 49-year-old Terrell L Lindsey, was transported to Nebraska Medicine by Omaha Fire Medics where he succumbed to his injuries.
At this time, the police in Omaha are investigating to determine the cause of the crash.
We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the families of the victims who lost their lives in this accident.
Fatal Car Accidents in Nebraska
Being involved in an auto accident can have a detrimental impact on the lives of those involved. Unfortunately, families throughout our state are forced to endure the overwhelming consequences of these unimaginable and preventable accidents every day in our state. More than 215 people lose their lives in auto accidents across Nebraska each year. Sadly, over 13,000 more are left with injuries from these unimaginable collisions. Fatal accidents, in particular, are often devastating. These accidents leave families to deal with overwhelming mental, emotional, and financial consequences after losing their loved ones unexpectedly.
As if that were not enough, families are often required to spend tens of thousands of dollars on unexpected funeral costs and other financial burdens resulting from the loss of a loved one. Although there is no amount of compensation that can ever take away the pain and suffering families are forced to endure, having the resources available after a tragic accident can help families cover the financial burdens they face moving forward. When victims are killed in auto accidents, their families should contact a wrongful death attorney in Nebraska to see what legal options are available to them.
Nebraska car injury attorneys at Dyer Law PC have extensive experience helping families hold wrongdoers accountable for their actions. Although we understand the difficult decisions families face after these tragic incidents, we firmly believe they deserve to get justice and compensation after losing a loved one. Contact our personal injury attorneys in Nebraska at (402) 393-7529 to meet with our team at your earliest convenience to discuss legal options available for you.
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