Car Crashes Into Utility Pole In Springfield

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(3/7) Previous Next SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A car crashed into a utility pole on Albany Street in Springfield late Wednesday night, closing that street down while crews replace the pole. According Lt. Thomas Maccini, WMECo is replacing the utility pole, and Albany Street could remain closed throughout this morning’s commute. Lt. Maccini told 22News officers were sent to the crash site around 11:15 P.M.. The knocked down utility pole caused wires to fall in the roadway. There were no injuries or power outages reported.
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Witness Describes Car Crash Before Renisha McBride Was Killed

Toyotas U.S. sales unit is in Torrance, California . The companys American depositary receipts rose 2 percent to $121.04 at the close yesterday in New York . The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which conducts its own auto crash tests, is due to decide by the end of the year whether to require new passenger vehicles to have automatic braking systems. NHTSA Administrator David Strickland told reporters this week that the agency may make that decision before the year ends.
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Four At-the-Scene Tips for Your Car Accident Client

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(AP) A young, drunk woman fatally shot on a mans porch in suburban Detroit was hurt, scared and confused a few hours earlier when she crashed her vehicle into a parked car, a witness testified Wednesday. RELATED: Autopsy Of Renisha McBride RaisesNewQuestions Carmen Beasley provided details about the hours preceding the death of Renisha McBride, 19, who was shot in the face by a 54-year-old homeowner in the dark, early morning of Nov. 2. Dearborn Heights Judge David Turfe must determine if theres enough evidence to send Theodore Wafer to trial on a second-degree murder charge. Defense attorneys claim he feared for his life, but prosecutors say the shooting was not justified. More testimony is scheduled for Thursday. Beasley said she heard a boom outside her Detroit home about 1 a.m. and discovered that her car had been smashed. She called 911, went outside and found McBride, who had walked away but returned to the scene. McBride was bleeding and pressing her hands to her head, Beasley testified. She couldnt find her phone.
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1. Make Notes Some of the most important advice to give accident victims is to make sure they get their story straight. Clients need to get a clear story in their head so they can tell the same series of events to every party, from insurance adjusters to policemen. Have them make notes as soon as possible (even at the scene) about everything, whether it seems relevant or not. How did the collision happen? What cars were involved? How many passengers were in each car? What did the other driver say to you, or what did you overhear them say to other people? These are just a few potential questions your client will need to answer. Elements such as the weather and location of the accident are also very important. Finally, the client (or their passengers) needs to take as many pictures as possible. Pictures need to be taken of both cars (from all angles) and of the area surrounding the accident. 2. Dont Admit Fault One of the biggest impediments to receiving repayments and insurance payouts is unknowingly admitting guilt and responsibility for the accident.
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Notable sprint car crashes and fatalities in 2013

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