A Local Girl Was Severely Injured in Crash — Here is How You Can Help

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Marlboro, NJ (September, 9th, 2019) – On the evening of September 9th, a serious crash was reported on Route
18 North, near Tennent Road. When officers from the Marlboro Police Department
arrived, they discovered that a 2011 Jeep had run off the road and struck the
wall of an overpass.

The victim of the crash — later
identified as 21-year-old Ceilie Reynolds of Eatontown — was immediately
airlifted to a hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey. After she was stabilized,
she was then airlifted a second time and brought to Penn Presbyterian Medical
Center in Philadelphia.

Tragically, Ceilie sustained severe injuries in the crash. Among other things, she is currently dealing with a serious cranial injury, a broken jaw, broken limbs, and a collapsed lung. You can help support Ceilie on her road to recovery. To donate, please use the Go Fund Me page set up by her friends and family: #ceiliestrong

At PhillyLaw,  our Philadelphia auto accident lawyers we advocate for the rights and interests of injured victims. If you or someone you know was hurt in a motor vehicle collision, we can help. Please contact our law firm today for a free, strictly private initial consultation.

Source: 94.3 The Point

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Louis Arnold

Louis Arnold began his legal career in 1974. After passing the Bar in 1976, Mr. Arnold was appointed Assistant City Solicitor by Philadelphia Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, serving as a trial lawyer for the City Law Department until 1980. In 1983, Mr. Arnold opened his own law office in the City of Brotherly Love and its surrounding communities. Mr. Arnold’s professional affiliations, he has been active with many charitable organizations including the American Diabetes Association, Juvenile Diabetes Association, Ronald McDonald House of Philadelphia, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Schei Institute and the Hero Scholarship Fund of Philadelphia


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