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Barbaro Buono In Car Accident

Posted on February 12, 2013

Barbara Buono, Natalie Morales & Nellie Pou

Barbara Buono, Natalie Morales & Nellie Pou (Photo credit: Paul Lowry)

New Jersey Senator Barbara Buono, the presumptive Democratic opponent of Governor Chris Christie was recently in an automobile accident. The result of the accident was a cut on her forehead. Buono was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the incident.  in an automobile accident last night while riding without a seatbelt.

Buono, 59, was a passenger and riding in the back seat of the vehicle. The accident happened after work as she was being driven home by a staff assistant. The car collided with an oncoming vehicle after a campaign event. The event was being held in Franklin Township. “As a precautionary measure” she was taken to the hospital. Besides the cut to her forehead, there were no serious injuries.

“Senator Buono is extremely grateful that no one was seriously injured in the accident, and thanks everyone who has called, emailed, or messaged their thoughts and good wishes,” authorities said.

6 years ago, in 2007, Former Governor Jon Corzine, a one-term Democrat, lost more than half his blood and broke 15 bones in an accident. The accident involved his Chevrolet Suburban and occurred near Atlantic City on the Garden State Parkway. Corzine, like Buono was also not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident. He was the front passenger if a vehicle going 91 miles per hour.  After his recovery, Corzine made a public-service announcement about the importance of buckling up.

Car accidents are one of the largest reasons for deaths and injuries in the United States. When you are injured in an accident it is important that you file a claim and seek legal counsel. For more information on what to do after a vehicle accident, please contact iAccidentLawyer.com.

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