Five car crash causes serious injuries to one woman
62-year-old William Charles Lynch died from injuries sustained in the wreck. Investigators say Lynch was driving northbound on Faudree in his SUV when according to multiple witnesses when he ran a red light. That caused him to hit a semi-trailer who was trying to turn left onto the Highway 191 service road. Investigators say no charges will be filed. Physical Address:
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Two-car accident in Westerly injures four
(December 21, 2013) Train traffic was shut down overnight after a 3-car crash near tracks on the south side. It happened just before 12:30 a.m. on West Southport Road near Bluff Road. One car crossed teh center lane, smashing into another car. It isnt clear how the third vehicle was hit. IMPD dispatch says at least one person was seriously injured and at least one person had to be extricated from their vehicle.
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Driver Identified In Manhattan Car vs. House Accident
According to evidence at the scene and witness statements, at approximately 12:34 a.m., four vehicles were stopped at a red traffic light one behind the other on northbound Industrial Road south of North Bridge Lane. AChevrolet Equinoxapproached the light and impacted thelast car in line for the light, a Buick Park Avenue. Police said this resulted ineach car being pushed into the car in front of it. Medical teams transported the driver and passenger of the Buickto UMC Trauma for moderate injuries. The woman driving in the Equinox was also transported to UMC Trauma and sufferedserious injuries. Police believe the operator of the Chevrolet possibly suffered a medical episode prior to the collision. This crash remains under investigation by Metro’s Accident Investigations Section. Copyright 2013 KVVU (KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.
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Serious injury after 4-car crash near train tracks on south side
The Westerly police and fire departments, along with ambulances from Westerly, Charlestown and Ashaway, all responded to the call, which came shortly after 10 a.m. Capt. Shawn Lacey, of the Westerly Police Department, said that responders had to use an extraction tool to remove one of the victims from the vehicle because the passenger-side door had caved in from the crash. The accident occurred outside of the Granite Shopping Center, as the driver of one vehicle attempted to make a left turn into the shopping center. The car traveling in the opposite direction then collided with the first vehicle. The two drivers and two passengers were all taken by ambulance to The Westerly Hospital, though their injuries did not appear to be serious, Lacey said.
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Jerimiah Clyde Hartline Zombie Car Crash in Southern California
Jerimiah Clyde Hartline, 19, was arrested in connection with stealing an 18-wheeler truck on Sunday. According to police officer Nate Baer , Hartline was riding with a truck driver after he was kicked out of his home in Tennessee. When driver Daniel Martinez went to fill out some paperwork at an inspection site, Hartline was left alone in the truck and sped off with it. Hartline then crashed the truck into several cars on a major freeway. Jerimiah Clyde Hartline Zombie Car Crash photo by Riverside COunty Sheriffs Dept Jerimiah Clyde Hartline Hallucinated Zombie Car Crash Causes Pileup Officer Baer told reporters in an e-mail how Jerimiah Clyde Hartline caused the zombie car crash as he was under the influence of an unspecified substance. Hartline thought that zombies were chasing him and clinging to the truck which is why he began driving sporadically and caused the three car pileup. Highway patrol reported that Hartline lost control of the truck and initially hit a Toyota Tacoma. The crash caused the Tacoma to hit a 4Runner and then a Mercedes. Injuries from that collision were said to be minor, however, two people were taken to the hospital for treatment. Hartline drove on and collided with a Ford Taurus and a Honda Accord. Both drivers in that accident were also taken to the nearby hospital for medical care. The last crash caused the 18-wheeler Hartline was driving to overturn.
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Herniated disc injuries one risk after car accidents
These discs have a tough outer layer, known as the annulus fibrosus, which contains a soft, jelly-like material known as the nucleus pulposus. Disc herniation occurs when the outer layer of the disc is broken, causing some of the softer material to bulge out. The herniation itself may not hurt, but it can place pressure on the nerves of the spinal cord, which can cause not only severe pain, but also numbness and weakness in the legs. In most cases, the best way to diagnose a herniated disc is a magnetic resonance imaging scan. An MRI scan can provide doctors with a clear view of soft tissues and can confirm a diagnosis. In some cases, those who have suffered a herniated disc can heal on their own in about six months. Doctors will typically prescribe treatment for pain or other discomfort and may recommend a physical therapy regimen to help restore and improve flexibility of the spine. In other cases, however, the disc is unable to heal on its own and surgery may be necessary. Doctors typically recommend surgery for those patients who have suffered severe damage to their nerves or those who experience significant weakness in their limbs. Generally, doctors will attempt to exhaust all non-surgical options before recommending surgery. Just because symptoms may not exhibit themselves immediately after an accident does not mean that a herniated disc injury is not severe.
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They should not speak to the other drivers insurance agency, sign any forms or paperwork, or agree to meet at another location to sort out the details. All of these situations could potentially be dangerous to the client and to the validity of their case. 3. Gather Information While making notes about the accident was more of a subjective exercise, the client also needs to record some cold hard facts. Besides the usual required information like the other drivers insurance information, VIN, and contact information, your client should also gather the contact information of any witnesses and passengers. Be as detailed as even getting the name and identification number of any officers that arrive at the scene, especially the officer that fills out and files the accident report. This information is vital if there seem to be any discrepancies between the report and what actually happened at the scene. 4. Go to the Hospital This may sound a little dramatic, but if a client feels at all injured or shaken up from the accident, he or she should immediately visit a doctor, hospital, or urgent care center to get checked out. If you are not taken by ambulance because the injuries arent severe, the client should still take himself or have a friend drive. If there are repercussions later on or long-term injuries resulting from the accident, it is important to have medical records to mark the accident. These records can also provide details of immediate damage that might have caused these health problems.
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Multiple Injuries In Glen Burnie Car Crash
Monday. Police say Justin Lanning, of Odenton, was traveling eastbound in a Chrysler Sebring on Stewart Ave approaching the intersection of Old Stage Rd when he struck a Nissan Xterra. The driver of the Nissan, Audrey Foster, is listed in stable condition at an area hospital. A passenger in the vehicle is in critical condition. According to police officials, excessive speed and alcohol appear to be a factor in the crash. Lanning is listed in critical condition. Multiple Injuries In Glen Burnie Car Crash Related Stories Friday, November 22 2013, 11:07 AM KRISTEN JOHNSTON HAS RARE AUTOIMMUNE DISORDER NEW YORK (AP) — Kristen Johnston has revealed she has a rare autoimmune disorder. Asian markets muted on Fed decision to taper stimulus, China move against liquidity crunch MUMBAI, India (AP) — Asian stock markets have been quiet in Friday trading. Eds: Minor edits. With BC-US–Target Data Breach By BREE FOWLER AP Technology Writer NEW YORK (AP) — With less than a week until Christmas, a real-life Grinch has stolen the credit and debit card information of about 40 million Target shoppers. … IN THE NEWS: TARGET SECURITY BREACH MAY PUT CHILL ON HOLIDAY SHOPPERS UNDATED (AP) — It’s the second-largest credit card breach in U.S.
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Four At-the-Scene Tips for Your Car Accident Client
House Accident MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) – Additional information regarding the woman that crashed her vehicle into a house in Manhattan after fleeing from police has been released. The driver of the vehicle has been identified as 24 year-old Amber Dewitt of Rochester, New York. Dewitt was originally contacted by police at around 2:00 p.m. Friday afternoon for violation of a court order out of New York. When police attempted to make contact with Dewitt a pursuit ensued. “When officers made contact with a female subject in relation to that violation of a court order the female subject fled the scene,” said Riley County Public Information Officer Mat Droge. “In the process of fleeing she injured minor injury one of our officers with her car door as she was fleeing. She fled southbound on Wreath Avenue and when she got to the intersection of Wreath and Anderson she lost control of her vehicle and collided with a parked car and a house.” Dewitt was transported to Mercy Regional Health Center for possible injuries. Three occupants were also in the vehicle with Dewitt during the crash. Natalia Hamilton, 21, also of Rochester, was inside the vehicle, and was transported to Mercy for possible injuries. A seven year old and a three year old were also in the Sonata, but were not injured. Dewitt was charged with aggravated battery of a law enforcement officer, aggravated endangering a child, obstruction of the legal process, fleeing and attempting to elude, reckless driving and failure to stop at an injury accident.
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