Three Injured in Philadelphia Car Accident

A Philadelphia car accident involving at least one vehicle left three people injured. The incident took place at approximately 10:15 AM on Saturday, May 5, 2012, along I-95 near Academy Road.

According to authorities, police were dispatched to a car accident along I-95 near Academy Road where they found three people injured as a result of the wreck. Rescue crews transported all three victims to nearby hospitals, including one to Torresdale Aria Hospital. There were no details concerning their injuries or conditions immediately made available by officials.

It was unclear as to how many vehicles were involved in the collision, how the accident occurred and who may have been at fault. The identities of those involved in the weekend crash were not immediately made known.

Morning commuters were inconvenienced after crews were forced to shut down 1-95 North from Academy Road to Woodhaven resulting in serious traffic delays. The interstate was reopened by 11:00 AM.

The Philadelphia car accident remains under investigation by local authorities as they determine how the accident occurred. No other details concerning the wreck were released.

This is an unfortunate incident, and we wish all the victims a speedy recovery during this difficult time.