• August 25, 2022

Toby Allen Lindeland, Brenda Marie Lindeland, Ruth Coir Gibson Injured in Truck Accident in Habersham County, GA

Habersham County, GA -- August 24, 2022, Toby Allen Lindeland, Brenda Marie Lindeland, and Ruth Coir Gibson were injured in a truck accident.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 9:00 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 365/US 23 and Duncan Bridge Road/Highway 384.

Toby Lindeland, Brenda Lindeland, Ruth Gibson Injured in Truck Accident in Habersham County, GA

According to reports, Toby Allen Lindeland and Brenda Marie Lindeland were in a Ford F-150 traveling southbound on Highway 365. While doing so, a tractor-trailer failed to slow down and crashed into the back of Lindeland's vehicle. Lindeland's vehicle then hit a Mazda CX-5 in which 66-yeear-old Ruth Coir Gibson was a passenger.

Due to the crash, reports say that Toby and Brenda Lindeland as well as Gibson had minor injuries. The truck driver was reportedly charged for following too closely. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Toby Lindeland, Brenda Lindeland, Ruth Gibson Truck Accident in Habersham County

Authorities seem to have a clear picture of what happened here, and it's at least encouraging to see injuries described as minor. That said, it's still important to take these crashes seriously. Minor injuries still warrant assistance, and they may not even be as minor as they initially seemed. For that reason, it's important to anticipate the potential roadblocks trucking companies tend to erect between victims and the help they deserve. Doing so can help families prepare appropriately to overcome those barriers as efficiently as possible.

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