8 passengers injured as a coach crashes on the M3.
Police say it is a miracle only 8 passengers were injured in this coach accident on the M3 near Fleet services last night.
Hampshire Police have said that the driver lost consciousness at the wheel at about 6 p.m. on the southbound carriageway.
Eight people have been taken to hospital, one seriously injured with a fractured bone.
The 26 passengers were on a Dutch-registered coach that was travelling to Southampton to begin a cruise.
Swain & Co.’s personal injury lawyers say that luckily there have been no fatalities in a serious coach accident on a busy motorway.
Many people travel daily on trains, buses and coaches.
Using these forms of transport can carry inherent risks; many passengers having to stand or not wearing a seatbelt. This can mean that if there is a collision or road traffic accident, you are at risk of being thrown around.
If you have been injured as a result of an accident on public transport, it is unlikely that it will be your fault, and you could make a passenger claim for compensation.
Speak to Swain & Co.’s personal injury solicitors who provide you free advice in an initial consultation and can act on a no win no basis for you.
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