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Blog Posts in June, 2013

  • Pennsylvania driver accused of texting, drinking in fatal crash

    In May, we discussed the issue of distracted driving as school officials presented distracted driving crash programs to students. Texting while driving has been an issue in driver safety commentary for some time. Drunk driving has also been on the radar for decades as officials seek to improve traffic safety with tougher drunk driving laws. Police in Richland Township, Pennsylvania, say that a ...
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  • Auburn woman seriously injured in Route 61 intersection accident

    Traffic laws provide rules for drivers in an effort to reduce the number of accidents in a given situation. Highway intersections can pose serious risks when drivers fail to see other motorists, or fail to yield at the intersection. Cars traveling at highway speeds carry a great deal of inertia, and drivers may not be able to slow sufficiently to avoid a crash if a driver pulls out to merge onto ...
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  • Flat tire in serious I-81 Franklin County motorcycle crash

    Pennsylvania State Police say that an apparent flat tire led to major injuries for two out-of-state residents last week on Interstate 81 in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Authorities say that to two New York residents were on a Harley riding north on the interstate when a tire blew around 7:15 p.m. on June 5. The two people riding the motorcycle suffered major personal injuries in the interstate ...
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  • Families settle several suits in Bethlehem drunk driving crash

    Most any Pennsylvania resident must know that drunk driving is a serious issue. Drunk driving laws in every state of the union exist in an effort to reduce drunk driving related fatalities—but far too many people are killed each year in alcohol related crashes. While criminal liability may arise from drunk driving, accident victims and their families may also seek justice in civil court after a ...
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