Children Seriously Injured in Hiram Crash
Posted on Aug 19, 2011
A serious accident occurred in Hiram, GA on Highway 278 close to Highway 92. This Georgia wreck injured two adults and three children, sending all of the children to the hospital with critical injuries.
Georgia troopers indicated that two drivers collided in a two-vehicle crash that occurred at approximately 6:30 AM on Monday August 1, 2011.
When emergency responders arrived on scene, they found two adults with minor injuries and three children, between the ages of 4 and 9, with extremely serious injuries.
Police said that one child was not stable enough to be airlifted to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, so an ambulance took that child to Paulding County Hospital for medical care. After this child was stabilized, the child was air-lifted to Children's Healthcare. The other two children had already been transported via helicopter to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta with serious injuries.
The last update was that two children are still in critical condition and possibly facing life-threatening injuries.
There is no word on who or what caused this Hiram crash, and the Georgia State Patrol is still investigating this accident in order to determine the cause of the collision.
The Dover Law Firm would like to wish the three children a complete recovery and all the best to their families during this time.