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Blog Posts in January, 2014

  • Head-on collision on Frackville-Morea Highway claims 2, injures 2

    Investigating the scene of a crash, the cars involved and finding witnesses are issues that law enforcement often looks into after a car accident. These crash scene investigations may serve vital interests related to public policy. But, when a person is injured or killed in a wreck, a private investigation may reveal details that fall outside of the scope of the interests of the government. Few ...
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  • Police cruiser was traveling 88 mph in fatal Williamsport crash

    The number of police chases in the state went up in 2012 as compared to the year before, according to the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Research and Development. The majority of police chases in Pennsylvania involve a person fleeing from a routine traffic stop, according to state police. The FBI says that nationwide, one person is killed nearly every day related to a high speed police chase. ...
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  • Truck slams into car at I-78 toll plaza in Pennsylvania, 1 killed

    A horrific wreck at a toll plaza on Interstate 78 claimed the life of a 65-year-old man Monday morning. Authorities say that the fatal accident victim was paying the toll when a tractor trailer slammed into the rear of his car. It is not clear how fast the big rig was moving when it plowed into the stopped Ford Taurus station wagon. A witness told the Express-Times that the rig lurched up as it ...
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  • 3 killed, others injured in I-81 multi-car wreck

    Weather conditions can plague the roadways at any time of the year. But, as many drivers in the Pottsville, Pennsylvania, area are aware, the weather can take drastic turns at this time of the year. Freezing rain and icy conditions existed Sunday along Interstate 81 in Franklin County. Whether those conditions played a role in a tragic three-vehicle wreck is among the issues that have not been ...
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  • Will driver-less cars eliminate risk of injury in the future?

    Automobile industry forecasters are saying that in roughly the next generation motor-vehicle accidents may drop to nearly zero in the United States. The prognosticators say that the current hopes for self-driving cars will become a realistic reality by around 2025—scratching the surface with about 0.02 percent of new car sales having self-driving technology. The costs of the technology will ...
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