AZ Man Hospitalized After NE Car Accident

by Administrator 5. October 2009 03:50

An Arizona man is in serious condition after a two-vehicleaccident at the Interstate 80 and Highway 281 interchange in Nebraska. 68-year-oldPaul DeNeui of Prescott, Arizona was taken to St. Francis Medical Center forcuts, bruises and a broken nose after the 2007 Pontiac Solstice convertible hewas driving collided with a 2000 Lincoln Town Car driven by Shirley J. Roberts.

According to Nebraska State Patrol communications supervisorCraig Schoneberg, DeNeui was exiting the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 andfailed to stop at the stop sign at Highway 281. Crossing the southbound lanesof the highway, he collided with the Lincoln, which was traveling north.

Robert’s, 70, and a passenger were both wearing seatbelts,and neither were taken to the hospital. It is unknown if DeNeui was wearing aseatbelt. He was cited for failure to yield.

If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident,please contact the Phoenix Personal Injury Attorneys of Haralson, Miller, Pitt,Feldman & McAnally, PLC at 877-366-5557.

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