Elderly Woman Injured in Delaware, OH, Rear End Crash

City: Orange, Ohio
County: Delaware, Ohio
Date of Accident: December 5, 2013
Type of Accident: Motor Vehicle Accident – 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier / 2012 Ford Explorer 2

An elderly woman of Sunbury, Ohio, sustained injuries, was treated at the scene and then charged in an accident that occurred on Federal Highway 23 in Orange, Delaware, Ohio, at approximately 11:24 am on December 5, 2013. Reports from the ODPS are that two vehicles, a 2005 Chevy Cavalier midsize car and a 2012 Ford Explorer 2 SUV were being driven south on Federal Highway 23, when the 52 year old male driver of the SUV, Damon Cockrel, stopped in traffic. His vehicle was subsequently struck from the rear by the elderly woman who was driving the Chevy. Marh’s towed the Chevy.

In the category of probable causes of crashes by contributing circumstances, there were 18,889 injury crashes that were caused because of drivers who failed to keep an assured clear distance ahead/ACDA. Orange, Delaware, Ohio, whose population in 2012 was 12,464, suffered 172 injury crashes, which resulted in 249 people being injured. Mid size, vehicles that were involved in accidents in 2011 were 41,253 of a total of 158,786, which caused injuries. Rear end crashes in 2011 were 22,056 that resulted in injuries. Accidents that occurred and resulted in injuries when it was cloudy amounted to 19,791.

If you’ve been injured in Liberty, Orange or Troy, Ohio, area, please call the Delaware County, Ohio, car accident lawyers at Chester Law at 800-218-4243.