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Two Killed in New Castle Accident

Police have identified two people killed in a vehicle crash recently in New Castle County, Delaware.

The accident occurred just after 12 am at the intersection of Airport Road and Commons Boulevard. There were three people inside of the Jeep SUV. The driver was headed east on Airport Road when he lost control as he rounded a curve and ran off of the highway, rolled over, and landed in a ditch.

Police reported that the crash trapped the passengers inside of the vehicle.

Rhashem Revelle, 31, of Wilmington, and Tynisha Scott, 27, of bear, were killed in the crash. Both were wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash. According to police, both victims suffered severe head injuries.

Andre Revelle, 26, of Wilmington, was in the backseat and was transported to Christiana Hospital in critical condition.

The crash is currently under investigation.

Traumatic Brain Injuries are Common in Vehicle Crashes

It’s common for people to experience head injuries, many of which are fatal, when traveling at high speeds.

If you experience a severe head injury in a vehicle crash, it is important to seek medical attention immediately. Even if you do not think you are injured, it is possible that you have suffered a concussion or other type of brain injury.

The first thing you can do if you experience a severe head injury in a vehicle crash is seek medical attention. Even if you don’t think that you are injured, it’s possible that you have suffered a concussion or other type of brain injury.

What are My Legal Options?

If you have suffered a traumatic brain injury, you may be wondering what legal options are available to you. Depending on the circumstances of your injury, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against the person or entity responsible for your injuries.

In some cases, people with traumatic brain injuries may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits, depending on the cause of their injuries. Workers’ compensation is typically paid to injured workers by their employers, regardless of who was responsible for causing the injury.

To learn more about your legal options after suffering a traumatic brain injury, it may be advisable to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney in your area. An attorney can review the facts of your case and help you determine what legal options are available to you.

For more information or to discuss your situation, contact Heavens Law at 484-467-8254. All phone consultations are free and confidential, with no obligation beyond that.