Mother and 4-Year-Old Daughter Tragically Killed in Horrific Virginia Beach Car Crash | Shapiro, Washburn & Sharp

A GMC Yukon carrying a family of four was driving along the road in Virginia Beach, Virginia (VA) when every driver’s worst nightmare came true – a deadly car accident. The Yukon collided with a Scion at the intersection of Dam Neck Road and Corporate Landing Parkway, according to the Virginian-Pilot.

The mother and her 4-year-old daughter in the Yukon were ejected after the vehicle flipped over. Both died. The father and son suffered injuries along with the driver of the Scion.  

My deepest condolences go out to the survivors of this horrendous accident, especially the father and son. As a father and husband, I would be devastated if I lost my wife and child in such a manner.

I work for an injury law firm so I’ve seen the terrible ramifications of major car wrecks. The effects are terrible, even if you’re fortunate enough to survive. The injuries take months, or even years, to recover from and the emotional trauma could stick with you for the rest of your life.

We need to remember the inherent risk everyone takes when getting behind the wheel of a vehicle and exercise the upmost vigilance and attentiveness while on the road.

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