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Springfield woman arrested in 4 vehicle wreck

A four-vehicle collision that occurred along 11th and Jefferson Streets led to the arrest of  a Springfield woman last Thursday afternoon.

Springfield police reports indicate that 36-year-old Lakisha Green, who was one of the four drivers involved in the incident, was charged for driving with a suspended license and cited for not reducing speed. She was arrested by the Springfield police after a warrant for her arrest was issued for not appearing in court.

Records show that Green was heading north in her sport-utility vehicle when she began talking to a passenger, causing her to be distracted and veer into the left lane. As a result, she hit the pickup truck in front of her, which was driven by 54-year-old Cynthia Haynes. Haynes, in turn, hit a car driven by 57-year-old James Shaw, who then hit the 4th car, driven by 40-year-old Candice Kern.

 

Fortunately, no one was seriously injured in this accident. However, many people suffer serious physical, emotional, and financial losses after accidents, such as the one Green caused. If you are facing such a situation, call 217-328-2828. Our attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C., can help you understand your options for pursuing financial restitution and justice after being injured.