Ottawa Pedestrain Accident : Child Pinned between 2 Ottawa Buses – Orthopedic Injuries

Ottawa Injury Lawyers, Ottawa Pedestrian Accident Lawyer David Hollingsworth..Tragically a 15-year-old boy was pinned between two Ottawa buses near the Mackenzie King Bridge during yesterday’s afternoon rush hour. The young boy suffered serious personal injuries, including an open fractures on both legs.  The young boy was rushed to an Ottawa hospital in serious, but stable condition. The Ottawa accident occurred when the boy ran between two Ottawa buses and tragically was trapped between them once they started to move. My thoughts are with this boy and his family.  I hope he can recover fully from this accident…

Ottawa  Accident Lawyer David Hollingsworth has been helping Ottawa and Ontario  accident victims since 1999.  Pedestrians are entitled to accident benefits , even if they do not have their own insurance policy. Many accident victims are unaware of the benefits to which they are entitled to. With extensive experience and knowledge of relevant accident and personal injury issues, David has recovered millions of dollars in settlements  on behalf of his accident clients. David has the experience and skill to help obtain maximum compensation. David offers free consultations and makes  home visits or hospital visits. Visit www.ottawainjury.ca for more information. David understands, he cares and he is there to help.

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Ottawa Car Accidents ,OC Transpo Accident, Ottawa Lawyer David Hollingsworth

Ottawa Lawyers, Ottawa Law Firms, Lawyers in Ottawa,Ottawa Car Accident Lawyers..Sadly, an 82-year-old woman is dead and an 81-year-old woman has been sent to an Ottawa hospital following separate Ottawa  accidents yesterday in Ottawa. Luckily the new baby is ok.

The 81-year-old was struck by an OC Transpo bus on Bank Street at James Street, paramedics said. The Ottawa Paramedic Service said it received a call at about 12:09 p.m. and arrived to find the woman on the ground with a possible dislocated shoulder and complaining of head and back pain.She was transported to hospital.

Then just before 1 o’clock, an ambulance was called to a two-car collision at the intersection of Brierwood and Dovercourt avenues in the west end. The 82-year-old woman was in cardiac arrest, receiving CPR from two employees of the Dovercourt Recreation Centre who had witnessed the crash, the paramedic service said. The paramedics’ resuscitation efforts didn’t succeed, and the woman was pronounced dead at the scene. The 23-year-old driver of the other car and her eight-day-old son were uninjured in the collision.

———————————————————————————————————————————————————————-David Hollingsworth, Ottawa Ontario Personal Injury Lawyer   is dedicated to helping Ottawa and Ontario accident victims and has been since 1999.  Due to  his extensive experience and knowledge of relevant accident and personal injury issues, he has recovered millions of dollars in settlements  on behalf of his personal injury clients. David is dedicated to obtaining maximum compensation for his personal injury clients. David offers free consultations and makes  home visits or hospital visits. Visit www.ottawainjury.ca for more information.

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