Four people have been taken to hospital following a crash between an ambulance service minibus and a car in Angus. According to reports the bus carrying elderly passengers collided with the car shortly before 10am yesterday in Coronation Avenue, Montrose, Angus.
Both drivers are believed to be seriously injured in the crash and two of the minibus’ passengers, aged 82 and 63, needed hospital treatment, but their lives are not believed to be in danger.
Thompsons Solicitors in Aberdeen are experts in handling road traffic accident claims and have been involved in a number of serious road traffic cases involving ambulances. Partner at the firm, Chris Gordon, said:
“This is a tragedy that shows again just how dangerous roads in the North East can be. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families and we hope they make a full recovery.
“Road traffic accidents can be shocking and painful events for those involved. At Thompsons we get the victims and their families the compensation they need to put their lives back together.
“Road accidents can seriously affect the lives of the victims and those who care for them. Whether it’s the accident itself, treatment or arranging replacement transport the whole experience causes concern for everyone involved. Our main focus at Thompsons is to help victims in what ever way we can.”
If you’ve suffered a road traffic accident then see if Thompsons can help on 0800 0891331.