Consider this sentence: I injured from the accident.
For emphasizing that I really injured from the accident, which sentence should I use?
1- I did injure from the accident.
2- I did injured from the accident.
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The verb injure needs an object. Who or what was injured? If you injured yourself, tell us: "I injured myself" or "I was injured."
We only say "I did injure myself!" to add emphasis; for example, if no-one believes us. There are examples of this use of the verb do here (definition 3 under "Auxiliary verb".)
We injure ourselves (or get injured) in an accident, not from one. So you might say, "I was injured in the accident."
Finally, if you want to say you were badly hurt, you can say,"I was (really/terribly/extremely) badly injured in the accident."