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Four ticketed after Gary auto accident

Mar 2, 2011 | Auto Accident

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March 3, 2011

WLS-TV reports that traffic was backed up for 4 miles on the Interstate 80/94 following a Gary auto accident.

Police report there was a disabled vehicle in the area of the Gary auto accident. The first three vehicles that approached the disabled vehicle were able to stop, but the next four vehicles did not stop in time, causing a chain-reaction Gary auto accident that included seven cars.

The four cars involved in the Gary auto accident were ticketed for following too closely. An ambulance that was on the way to the scene became stuck in the traffic caused by the Gary auto accident.

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Do you think following too closely is a reasonable charge? Should there be an additional charge for preventing an ambulance from reaching a Gary auto accident?

If you have been injured in a Gary auto accident, the Gary auto accident attorneys at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.

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