The busy intersection of Holland and Rosemont Roads in Virginia Beach is where most car crashes happen in the city, according to an investigation by WAVY.com. In 2009, 62 crashes occurred at the intersection. There are two factors that contribute to accidents there: the way the intersection is currently configured and impatient, distracted drivers.
WAVY notes that “The ultimate solution is road widening, which isn’t an option right now — patience is.”
With regard to the latter, police recommend slowing down, turning off the cell phone, and concentrating on abiding by the rules of the road.
This morning, WAVY aired the following report on the hazardous Virginia Beach intersection:
Fortunately, most Virginia motorists drive responsibly, but if you–or someone you love–have been injured in an automobile accident caused by a distracted or reckless driver, do not hesitate to get in touch with the personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Richard J. Serpe, P.C., Toll Free 877-544-5323, for a no-obligation consultation.