The dangers of driving are often underscored by an accident. But when a head-on crash occurs, most people would assume the injuries suffered are severe or fatal. A recent collision involving an 18-year-old male from Pennsylvania was just such an accident. Two of the three cars involved crashed into each other head-on. Fortunately, no one was killed. Authorities reported that none of the seven people involved had life-threatening injuries.
The loss of a loved one can be hard to swallow, especially when it comes suddenly and unexpectedly. Car accidents are often the culprits that take away the life of someone without any previous indication of doing so and this is what recently happened to a teen from Glen Mills, Pennsylvania. The 17-year-old was a well-known lacrosse and football player for the Haverford School. He was a senior set to graduate and was expected to play Division I lacrosse at a university in South Carolina before he passed away.
Data is showing that military veterans have an increased risk of being involved in a fatal motor vehicle accident. This is alarming for many in Pennsylvania as loved ones returning from deployments are often welcome sights that instill feelings of comfort and eliminate worry and dread. But researchers have uncovered that men who served in either the Iraq or Afghanistan wars are 76 percent more likely to be involved in a fatal car accident than civilians. Women who served in either war are 43 percent more likely. Anyone involved in a motor vehicle accident should contact an attorney, especially if they are injured and the other driver can be held responsible.
A 31-year-old man has been charged with the unintentional death of his girlfriend. According to reports, the accident happened in Wells Township, Pennsylvania, in April of last year. Though the car crash happened nearly a year ago, the driver was not arrested or charged until recently. The man has two addresses: one in Indiana, Pennsylvania, and another in Columbia Cross Roads, Pennsylvania.
According to reports, the chief of the Scranton Fire Department was recently involved in a fatal crash. Officials have said that the administrative official was driving his pickup truck in Scranton, Pa., when he collided with a pedestrian. The car accident killed the pedestrian, a woman who was reportedly serving on a grand jury case downtown.
Two people are dead after an accident that occurred in Altoona, Pennsylvania. The car crash occurred around 4 p.m. and took the lives of a married couple that was in their 80s. According to reports, the couple had celebrated their wedding anniversary the day before the incident - they were married for more than six decades, a total of 63 years. The crash occurred at the intersection of 31st Street and Union Avenue.
A crash in Washington Township, Pennsylvania, has left one woman dead. The car accident occurred four days before Christmas on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Lehigh County. According to reports, the woman who passed away was a 29-year-old resident of Whitehall, Pennsylvania.
A 24-year-old man from Bristol Township, Pennsylvania, was recently given a prison sentence with a minimum length of six-and-a-half years and a maximum of 13 years. After his release, he will be on probation for five years. According to allegations, the man was drinking and driving in an Audi on New Falls Road in the aforementioned township.