WTVF-TV reported seven people, including two children, were injured in a car accident in south Nashville on December 20.
According to WTVF, a Nissan Sentra was driving southbound on Edmondson Pike when it attempted to turn left onto Whispering Hills Drive and was struck on the passenger side by a Toyota Sienna traveling north.
The accident occurred around 9 a.m. Officials with the Metro Police Department said that four people in the Sentra were taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center for treatment, while a passenger in the front seat of the vehicle was listed in critical condition.
According to WTVF, a mother and two children who were occupying the Sienna were taken to St. Thomas Midtown Hospital for treatment. Police told the station that the crash was a result of the Sentra’s failure to yield when turning left.
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Catastrophic injuries sustained in car accidents like this can include amputation, broken bones, traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries that often require extensive physical therapy and rehabilitation, which can be expensive.
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