Sunday along 8300 Garland Rd. The driver, who was alone, has been identified as 20-year-old Jose Monroy of Garland. Police say Monroy was speeding and lost control of the 2007, white four-door Chevy he was driving. Monroys vehicle was in the middle lane of traffic and sped out of control counter clockwise. The car then went onto a curb and skidded until it collided with a guardrail and a tree. The 20-year-old was pronounced dead on the scene, inside the car. email: email@example.com (2014 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.) Latest News:
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Multi-Car Accident on Interstate 630 East
LITTLE ROCK, AR — Major delays on Interstate 630 East this morning. Several cars have been involved in an accident. Right now, we know there are injuries. Emergency crews are on the scene right now. You can expect delays for people from west Little Rock trying to get downtown. Copyright 2014 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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Car accident leaves one dead and one injured
Police said alcohol was not a factor. Bryan said Blackmon, who has been suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy, lost control of his SUV after a rear tire blew and the vehicle ended up crashing into the tree line. Bryan said Blackmon was examined by FHP officers, Jacksonville Fire and Rescue personnel and officers from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office — and none saw any indication that he was impaired. “Our officers are trained to look for specific indicators — for example, slurred speech, bloodshot or watery eyes, the inability to follow instructions,” Bryan said. “If they notice indicators like that, they can progress into a separate investigation into DUI. “He was very cooperative with investigators.” It was encouraging news for Blackmon, who has a history of issues with drinking and driving. Blackmon was arrested in Texas in 2010 on a misdemeanor DUI charge [later reduced to underage alcohol possession] after police caught him speeding outside of Dallas. Blackmon was arrested again in May 2012 during a traffic stop in Stillwater, Okla., shortly after the Jaguars selected him with the fifth overall pick in the NFL draft. A breath test allegedly showed his blood alcohol content to be three times the legal limit.
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Justin Blackmon OK after car crash
According to the patrol, Brooke Penick, 25, and Stephen W. Bell, 27, both of Salem were traveling east on U.S. Route 62 when their 1999 Chevrolet Lumina lost control, struck a ditch and overturned. Penick was taken to Salem Regional Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead. Bell was flown to St. Elizabeth Health Center with serious injuries. Neither occupant was wearing a seatbelt and alcohol is suspected in the crash.
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2 TSWANAS KILLED IN CAR ACCIDENT
Police Public Relations Officer (PRO) Superintendent Wendy Hleta confirmed the accident. Hleta said the accident happened on Thursday night at around 8 pm. The car in which they were travelling was towed to Piggs Peak Police Station. They had just crossed into the country via the Matsamo Border Post when they were involved in the accident. Their passports show that they have been visiting the country frequently. We are still trying to locate their next of kin, said the PRO. The last time they were in the country was 15 days back as reflected on their passports, revealed Hleta. The University of Swazilands Student Representative Councils President Maxwell Dlamini said he had not heard if the said people were attending the recently held varsity games. Dlamini said other students use their private cars while attending the games while others used organised transport in the form of buses and kombis. I will still have to check if they were part of those that have attended the games probably tomorrow (today).
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