Sunday morning, 25-year-old mother who survived a car crash has died after going back to the vehicle to grab her purse, police claim.
Long Island mother of a three-year-old girl, Brittany Leith, was left completely safe and uninjured when her Nissan hit the center median and flipped over onto its roof on Southern State Parkway. However, after clambering out of the wreckage through a cracked window and being helped to the roadside by other drivers, Leith went back to her car to collect her personal belongings. As she walked back, she was hit and instantly killed by another car on the highway.
An accident scene can be a hectic place with a lot of things going on at once. It is scary and shocking to victims in car accidents, sometimes leading drivers involved in the accidents to risk their own safety. It is vital for fellow drivers on the road helping people on accidents scenes to remain calm, speak up, even aggressively if needed to stress safety first to manage the situation.
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