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    Fatal Ambulance Accident in Newnan

    Posted on - Saturday, February 21, 2015 under Car Accident, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death

    Newnan Ambulance Accident Claims One Life & Seriously Injures Two Paramedics
    Newnan was the site of a fatal emergency vehicle accident when an ambulance transporting a patient in a non-emergency manner to the hospital had a serious wreck. According to witnesses, at around 12:30 am, the ambulance was travelling west on Highway 34 in Coweta County when it ran onto the shoulder of the road causing it to become airborne and strike a tree. The patient being transported, 45 year old Tracy Thomas, died at the scene of the accident. The two paramedics were transported to Atlanta Medical Center with non life threatening injuries. Please pray for the families of all involved in this unfortunate accident.

    Just like drivers of passenger vehicles and tractor trailer trucks, emergency vehicle drivers, such as ambulance drivers, are expected to operate in a manner that is not dangerous while transporting patients. The effects of negligent emergency vehicle driving can be felt far and wide by those suffering injuries or loss as a result of such an accident. The exact cause of the Newnan ambulance crash is unknown at this time, but the Georgia State Patrol’s Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team is doing a follow up investigation on the crash. Charges are pending against the ambulance driver according to GSP.

    Newnan Ambulance Wreck Lawyers
    If you or a loved one were injured while being transported in an emergency vehicle, such as ambulance, the Newnan personal injury lawyers of The Parian Law Firm, LLC can explain your rights. Our team of award-winning lawyers will investigate the claim from top to bottom to be sure that you receive the financial compensation that you deserve. Call us today at (770) 727-5550 to begin the process of preserving evidence for your case.

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