Four-car accident near Holland Tunnel injures 2, shuts down Marin Boulevard
man crashes car into Fayetteville AutoZone Driver crashes car into Fayetteville AutoZone Site Search Fayetteville, N.C. Police say a man was injured Monday morning after he intentionally drove his car into the back of an AutoZone store in Fayetteville. Michael Robert Bohnet, 22, of Benicia, Calif., was driving the white Mazda 6 when it crashed around 10:30 a.m., into the building, which shares a parking lot with a Walmart at 4509 Ramsey St. Witnesses described the car barreling through the parking lot and smashing into the store. Employees were inside the store, but none were injured police said. Bohnet was alert and talking when he was taken to a local hospital. He was later released. It’s unclear why Bohnet might have driven into the store.
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Four-car chain reaction accident shuts down Marin Boulevard near Holland Tunnel
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Does health insurance cover injuries from a car accident? Fast Lane Driver Dear Fast Lane Driver, Health insurance will pay the medical bills for the injuries, but will go back to the car insurer (if there is one) to get their money back. The patient will be required to help the health insurer get the car insurer to pay; this generally means signing documents allowing the health insurer to recoup money it has paid, and that the car insurer later pays. Health insurers have a system to catch these claims and go after the car company. It is usually obvious from the injury and the hospitals bill that a car accident has occurred. You do not need to worry about bringing it to their attention. They are on it!
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Teenager killed in car accident
However the freezing temperatures meant he would only stay in the canal for a few minutes, so a water rescue team from the fire services Perry Barr station was drafted in. Paramedics and the air ambulance were also called, while the West Midlands Police helicopter was on standby in case an infra red search was needed. Fire crews managed to winch part of the vehicle out of the water and confirmed no-one was inside. The canal bed was then searched in case anyone had fallen out. Within about an hour the search was called off as the emergency services were satisfied nobody was in the canal. The car had been driven about 100 yards down a track to the canal off Sneyd Lane. Watch commander Steve Palmer, of Aldridge Fire Station, said: When we got the call we were told there were bubbles coming to the surface, so it had only just gone in the water. The water rescue team managed to break one of the cars windows but they still couldnt see if there was anyone there.
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Car crashes into canal in Bloxwich
My car was hit on the right side, said Ygliesias. The side-view mirror was knocked out and theres a scratch from the back panel to the front. He must have been going over 40 m.p.h. Near 13th Street on Marin Boulevard standing a few feet away from the wreckage, Gary Wilson of North Bergen was in disbelief. He and girlfriend Tara Steward were in the SUV that was struck from the rear and careened into Mecca Trucking, located at 580 Marin Blvd. We were in the car listening to our music when all of a sudden we heard, boom, said Stewart. We were stopped at the (red) light when the car came out of nowhere and hit multiple cars, Wilson said. Yglesias said all he remembers hearing was the muffler of the vehicle that struck his car. I got lucky or maybe unlucky, said Yglesias.
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Car accident — who pays the medical bills?
Abdurrahe was later issued summonses for reckless driving, unsafe operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of accident, Pentangelo said. He said an unidentified 32-year-old passenger in Abdurrahe’s car fractured his right leg. Abdurrahe was also taken to Jersey City Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries, Pentangelo said. Chris Yglesias, 30, of Jersey City was going to Hoboken to visit a friend when a green Honda with “loud mufflers” grazed the right side of his car and sped off towards 13th Street. “My car was hit on the right side,” said Ygliesias. “The side view mirror was knocked out and there’s a scratch from the back panel to the front. He must of been going over 40 m.p.h.” Near 13th Street on Marin Boulevard standing a few feet away from the wreckage, Gary Wilson of North Bergen was in disbelief and in pain as he and his girlfriend, Tara Steward, were in the SUV that was struck from the rear and careened into Mecca Trucking, located at 580 Marin Blvd. Stewart and Wilson were coming back from shopping at Newport Mall. “We were in the car listening to our music when all of a sudden we heard, ‘boom,'” said Stewart. “We were stopped at the (red) light when the car came out of nowhere and hit multiple cars,” said Wilson. Yglesias said all he remembers hearing was the muffler of the vehicle that struck his car. “I got lucky or maybe unlucky,” said Yglesias. “Maybe if the car had hit me harder there wouldn’t have been that big of an accident.” Kaled Awad, 39, of Jersey City was on his way to pick up his wife and newborn from the hospital when he heard screeches. He was in the minivan with his two infant kids.
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