Md. Car Crash Leaves 1 Seriously Injured

Car rolls onto side during crash, no serious injuries

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Accident in Madison County leaves one dead and two injured

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Pollydore, dressed in a dapper all-white three-piece suit and matching loafers, said nothing when the death of his stepson was announced during his Brooklyn Criminal Court arraignment. He was ordered held without bail and his license was suspended after getting charged with aggravated vehicular assault and aggravated drunken driving with a child. Those counts will be upgraded in light of the child’s death, a source said. “He just found out. He’s heartbroken,” defense lawyer Joseph Ostrowsky said of the tragic loss. “It’s just a terrible, terrible thing.” Another 12-year-old stepson, identified as Alex Perry, and Pollymore’s son, 5-year-old Kyle Pollymore, were also in the 1995 Toyota during the 8 a.m. wreck in Brownsville. None of the kids were wearing seat belts, said prosecutor Wilfredo Cotto. The youngest child was thrown into the front of the car but “didn’t have any injuries, which is a miracle,” a source said.
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11-year-old Brooklyn boy in drunk driving crash dies of injuries

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(March 23, 2014) One person died and two others were hurt after a two-car accident Sunday afternoon in Madison County. The Madison County Sheriffs Department was called to the crash near County Road 600 North and County Road 100 West just after 1 p.m. Sunday. A Chevrolet HHR SUV was westbound on County Road 600 North and stopped at the intersection. Witnesses say a second vehicle, a Chevrolet 2500 pickup truck, was southbound on County Road 100 West when the HHR turned into its path. The HHR was struck on the passenger side door and both vehicles went off the road due to the impact. The passenger in the HHR, identified as Mary Ward of Hartford City, was unresponsive at the scene and was taken to Community Hospital in Anderson where she was pronounced dead. The driver of the HHR was also taken to Community Hospital with unknown injuries. A passenger in the pickup truck was also taken to Community Hospital and released.
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Texas Auto Injury Crashes, Fatalities Increase Along with Population

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The number of fatal automobile crashes in Texas has been on the decline since 1980, but for the past two years, both injury and fatal car accidents in Texas have risen. The increase in traffic fatalities has been linked to the states growth and economy, the Insurance Council of Texas (ICT) reported. With Texas rapid population growth and strong economy more people are on its highways and that translates into more accidents and more people getting hurt, said Anne McCartt, senior vice president of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). In 2003, Texas Department of Transportation figures showed the state had 190,878 injury crashes, but the number had dropped to 139,690, or a 27 percent decline by 2011.In the past two years the numbers have risen, exceeding 152,000. Fatal crashes in Texas dropped from 3,371 in 2003 to 3,067 in 2011, or a 10 percent decline. But during the past two years the numbers increased to more than 3,330, the ICT said. From This Issue
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Car Accident Lawyer Danziger & De Llano, LLP Unveils Website Upgrades to Clients

Other Stories A car apparently roared out of a parking space, through a fence, over a retaining wall and came to land on its nose. Firefighters helped the driver to get out of the car. The crash was reported at 1820 22nd St. at 11:55 a.m. A West Des Moines police report shows the driver said she stepped on the gas pedal instead of the brake. Damage to the car was estimated at $3,000. No serious injuries were reported.
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Car takes nosedive over wall in this crash

One of the website’s pages, http://www.dandell.com/personal-injury-lawyer/houston-car-accident-lawyer/ , explains a new service that the law firm offers: representing victims of automobile accidents. Part of the page is dedicated to explaining how most Houston auto accidents occur. An infographic on the page noted that most truck accidents were caused by drowsy driving, excessive speeding, driving too fast, and aggressive driving. According to the article, drunk driving accidents are quite prevalent in Texas: most car accidents involve commercial trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, and pedestrians. The other half of the page on http://www.dandell.com also explains how Danziger & De Llano, LLP’s lawyers handle the accident cases that their clients are involved in. Danziger & De Llano, LLP’s primary concern is to take care of its clients, especially because injuries sustained in auto accidents can range from slight pains to spinal damage. To build a strong case, the lawyers use their tremendous resources and experience: they collect evidence such as traffic and accident report, witness statements, and other relevant documentation. “At Danziger & De Llano , our compassion for our clients drives us every day to provide the best possible service and attention to our clients, and that passion is what wins the highest possible awards and settlements,” noted an article on the law firm’s website. It also stated that the law firm’s attorneys had extensive background when it comes to dealing with auto accidents. “We have years of experience in researching accident cases and collecting all of the information needed to win your case.” Danziger & De Llano, LLP offers 100 percent confidential, no cost and no-obligation initial consultations to clients.
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(WEAU)– UPDATE: Crews have cleared the scene of a crash that ended with one vehicle on its side. The crash happened around 3:30 Friday at the intersection of Hastings Way and Brackett Avenue in Eau Claire. Two vehicles were involved, with one of them landing on its side. The other vehicle had some front-end damage. Officers say a car was turning westbound onto Brackett from Hastings when the driver failed to yield to oncoming traffic and was hit by another oncoming car. The people involved had minor injuries and were not hospitalized. Traffic was backed up and rerouted for about a half hour as crews cleaned up the scene. There’s no word yet if the driver will be cited in the crash. ____________________ Crews are at the scene of a crash on Hastings Way and Brackett Avenue in Eau Claire. The crash involved at least two vehicles, with one of them landing on its side. It happened around 3:30 p.m. Friday.
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