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Train Killed Two Teenagers Reports New York Injury Lawyer


Two high school students were tragically killed in an Amtrak train accident. The students had left school campus with another friend around 10 AM and walked toward the tracks. At approximately 11:30, two of the girls were struck by Acela Express which was headed into Washington D.C. According to a New York Injury Lawyer, the girls were reported to be standing on the tracks when the train hit them. The third girl had returned to school and she was the source of the information regarding how the accident occurred.

A New York Injury Lawyer stated that investigators are checking to see if the loss was due to suicide as one witness reported that he heard the girls screaming and that one of the girls was on her cellphone shortly before the fatal accident occurred. Steve Bilkis and Associates are available at 1-800-NY-NY-LAW for an initial, free, no-obligation consultation.

Police are continuing to investigate the situation all while the students at the local high school held a candlelight vigil at the train station. New York Injury Lawyers may be needed to sort out some of the details in this accident.

Stephen Bilkis & Associates with its New York Injury Lawyers, has convenient locations throughout the New York Metropolitan area including Parkchester, NY. Our New York Injury Lawyers can provide you with advice to guide you through situations where an injury resulted because of another’s negligence. Without a New York Injury Lawyer you may lose your rights which may cost you a significant amount of money.

At Stephen Bilkis and Associates we have our New York Criminal Lawyers ready to assist you in an Injury Law case. That lawyer has all the tools to help you get what you deserve.

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