Car in motion @45 miles an hour at 8am 12/29/14. driver lost consciousness due to medical event, which resulted in auto running off road after hitting curb and sidewalk, then hitting a roadside fence at an estimated 45 mph. the car then rolled and landed on roof. driver was seat-belted. none of the airbags deployed during the collision. driver suffered trauma to head and other injuries. car was rated by insurer as completely totaled.
Tl* the contact owns a 2017 toyota highlander. while the contact was seated in the front passenger seat, the driver fell asleep behind the wheel. upon waking up, the driver attempted to depress the brake pedal, but the vehicle failed to stop. as a result, the vehicle crashed into a light pole and the air bags failed to deploy. the driver sustained injuries to the stomach, head, and neck. the contact sustained foot, chest, tongue, and neck injuries. the four rear passengers sustained injuries to the neck, head, lips, feet, and arms. medical attention was required. a police report was ...
2004 toyota highlander acceleration incident, crossed median, was hit broadside and two occupants killed; my son and his wife. written letter of witness of accident is available. updated 04/22/10 *bf updated ivoq 05/13/120 *tr updated 9/28/11*cw
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