HEDGESVILLW, WV — A single-vehicle rollover accident claimed the life of the driver in Hedgesville, West Virginia on Sunday, June 22nd, 2014, according to the report from Your 4 State.
Police believe Judy Bailey was killed when the vehicle she was driving is thought to have rolled off the road while driving on Hedgesville Road around 6:30 Sunday morning.
Scene of the Accident
Paramedics pronounced Judy Bailey dead on the scene when they arrived. She was alone in the vehicle, and nobody else reported injury after the crash.
Authorities hope any eyewitnesses that have not yet come forward will do so to help police better understand what may have caused this crash.
I’ve said it plenty in the past, but any single-vehicle crash needs to be thoroughly examined for problems in the vehicle before a driver can be faulted. This is not only responsible, but thorough investigative work. We all have seen a news segment at some point about manufacturer defects and recalls, but the problem with these is there have to be a number of similar accidents before the automaker will take notice. If the manufacturer of the car is liable for this accident, nobody will be able to tell unless the wreckage is combed over.
–Grossman Law Offices
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