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Anchorage, AK – Victim Identified in Seward Hwy Fatal Crash

Anchorage, AK (December 21, 2020) – As previously reported, a fatal car accident occurred on the Seward Highway in Anchorage at mile marker 105 on December 19. The contributing factors of the crash have not been determined by local law enforcement officials at this time. 

According to the preliminary investigation, a Subaru Outback was headed north at the same time that a Toyota 4Runner was traveling south on the highway. For currently undisclosed reasons, the two vehicles collided head-on, taking the life of the female driver of the Outback. 

The deceased victim has been identified as 39-year-old Melanie S. Hinkle. The driver of the 4Runner was injured in the crash and transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. 

The cause of the collision is currently under investigation by local law enforcement officials at this time. No further information has been provided to the public. 

We would like to offer our sincere condolences to the family of the deceased victim at this time. Our thoughts are with everyone affected by this fatal collision in Anchorage. 

Car Accidents in Anchorage

Anchorage, AK - Victim Identified in Seward Hwy Fatal CrashBeing involved and injured in an Anchorage car accident can bring unprecedented stress and pain into your life and into the lives of those you love. That pain can be exacerbated when you are under the impression that your accident and injuries were caused by another person’s negligence. For instance, if the other person involved in your collision was texting while driving, speeding, or intoxicated when the accident took place, they need to be held accountable for their negligent actions that ultimately caused your injuries. You are also eligible for significant financial compensation if involved and injured in a traffic accident caused by another person.

The legal team at the Law Office of Jason Skala has extensive experience in all different types of traffic accidents and personal injury cases, ranging from auto crashes to pedestrian collisions and other types of accident injuries. We have over a decade of experience in successfully protecting the rights of our clients who have been injured in auto accidents. We have a single mission that we strive to fulfill in each and every case we work on, and that is to provide our clients with the quickest and most complete recovery possible. We work diligently on your behalf in order to provide you with a full and fair compensation amount that will cover all of your incurred damages and losses that may have resulted from your recent traffic accident caused by negligence.

Call the Law Office of Jason Skala today at (907) 569-6633 in order to speak with a reputable personal injury attorney in Anchorage who will be able to inform you of your existing legal right to compensation for your injuries and losses. No one should ever have to pay for being injured by a negligent driver. Contact our personal injury firm today for more information on how you can successfully move forward from your recent accident and the aftermath that followed.

Notes: This accident news post was created with the use of outside and secondary sources including but not limited to news stories, local and state police department accident blotters, newspaper articles, as well as eyewitness statements about serious accidents in Alaska. The facts surrounding this accident have not been independently verified by our writers at The Law Office of Jason Skala therefore if you find any information that is incorrect, please notify us immediately so that we can make the correction right away. If you would like the post removed, contact us and we will promptly remove it.

Disclaimers: The Law Office of Jason Skala created this post to draw attention to the dangers of driving and flying in Alaska. We hope that by creating awareness about the dangers associated with both that our fellow community members will use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle or aircraft and avoid being seriously injured in an Alaskan accident. We do not write these posts to solicit business and the information provided in this post should not be misconstrued as legal or medical advice. This photo used in this post is not from the actual accident scene.

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