405 Freeway Crash: Trapped Driver Rescued From Burning Car

No injuries sustained in car accident

25, 2013. (instagram.com/tktrinidad) Tags: Report a typo LOS ANGELES (KABC) — A trapped driver was rescued from a burning vehicle on the northbound 405 Freeway in Sherman Oaks Wednesday. The single-vehicle crash happened around 1:45 p.m. near the 101 Freeway interchange. The California Highway Patrol said the 72-year-old male driver lost control of a black Mercedes Benz station wagon, veered across the lanes and hit the center divider. The vehicle then burst into flames. Officer Don Thompson, a member of the LAPD Bomb Squad, was traveling on the southbound 405 Freeway when he saw the crash.
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Three injured in four-car pileup at Troy and Stanley

He was admitted to Mafraq Hospital for two weeks, and was later advised complete rest for two months. Permanent injury The Abu Dhabi Civil Court ordered a compensation of Dh800,000 after a medical panel concluded that his injuries are permanent and has caused 100 per cent damage to his spine. The Appeals Court raised the compensation to Dh1 million. Abdul Aziz Karama Al Amiri, the UAE lawyer who appeared for Hamza, said it is one of the biggest compensation amounts his law firm has won for an accident victim. It was a deserving case hence we decided to appear for him even without charging the initial court fee, said Al Amiri who runs Abdul Aziz Al Amiri Lawyers and Legal Consultants firm in Abu Dhabi. Hamza, who is planning to return to India soon, said his only regret was that his elder daughter, aged 21, had to discontinue her medical studies because of financial difficulties.
Please see the full article at: http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/uae/courts/indian-salesman-wins-dh1-million-in-accident-claims-1.1270787

Florida Car Accident Attorneys at The Berman Law Group Wish a Safe and Happy Holidays

The holidays are notorious for the amount of accidents that happen, and the Berman Law Group wants to remind everyone to drive safely. Not only can the weather have an impact on the driving conditions, but so can the amount of traffic on the roads. Most people on the roads are in a holiday rush and the chances of accident or injury go up significantly during the holiday season. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20131224/MN38007 ) Below are some tips to help drivers this holiday season stay safe and avoid any accidents. The Berman Law Group wants everyone to enjoy the holidays and enjoy time with family and friends, and not have to go through the ordeal of an auto accident, whether it be car, truck, or motorcycle. No one wins when there is an auto accident. Drive slower than normal – Everyone is in a rush, so set yourself up for a safe ride by not being in a rush. Take your time and allow plenty of time to get their on time. Focus entirely on the road – Too many people use the roads as a chance to get caught up on phone calls or texts (which is against the law), so give your full attention to the road and you will be much safer this 2013 holiday season. Make sure your car is well equipped – Do you have the right tires on your car? If you live in the colder parts of the country, you might even need chains on your tires.
Please see the full article at: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/florida-car-accident-attorneys-berman-160000245.html

A trapped driver was rescued from a burning vehicle on the northbound 405 Freeway in Sherman Oaks Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2013.

Wednesday afternoon. (2/4)Injuries are being reported after this four-car crash at the intersection of Troy Street and Stanley Avenue around 2:45 Wednesday afternoon. (WDTN Photo/Chris Smith) (3/4)Injuries are being reported after this four-car crash at the intersection of Troy Street and Stanley Avenue around 2:45 Wednesday afternoon. (WDTN Photo/Chris Smith) Previous Next DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Three people were injured in a four-car pileup at the intersection of Troy Street and Stanley Avenue around 2:45 Wednesday afternoon. According to Dayton Police, a car headed north on Troy ran a red light at the intersection, causing the collision. The three injured were taken to a local hospital, but none of their injuries are considered to be life threatening. Emergency crews did have to help two of the victims from their vehicles as a precaution. Both Troy and Stanley were closed at the intersection while crews worked to clear the scene. 174135611
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Indian salesman wins Dh1 million in accident claims

Peter Wales, 83, was driving one of the vehicles which collided on the A97 Huntly to Alford road in Aberdeenshire. Mr Wales, who was from Rhynie, was being treated at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. The driver of the other vehicle in the crash, a 31-year-old woman, was not seriously hurt. A report is being submitted to the Procurator Fiscal. More on This Story 12 DECEMBER 2013, NE SCOTLAND, ORKNEY & SHETLAND Related Internet links
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Aberdeenshire man, 83, dies from crash injuries

Her vehicle traveled backward, through the intersection of Main Avenue and Highway 34, and continued on the south side of Main. Jones hit a pickup owned by Pearl Gasser parked in front of the Akron Laundromat. Gasser had parked and she and her passenger had walked across the street to eat lunch. When Jones hit the pickup, it turned the pickup around, and it now faced Relaxations Salon & Spa. A deputy from the Washington County Sheriff’s Department issued a ticket for careless driving to Jones. The air bags were not not deployed on either vehicle. Jones was wearing her seat belt and there were no injuries. Both vehicles sustained major damage.
Please see the full article at: http://www.akronnewsreporter.com/ci_24776507/no-injuries-sustained-car-accident?source=rss_viewed

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