Police Report Confirms Secret Service Agent Caused Fla. Car Accident

Two killed, 5 injured in car accident at Akoti

Reyes and another Secret Service officer who was in the car with him were sent home from the trip, according to Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan. There have been no personnel actions to date, he told the Post. There are ongoing investigations. The incident in South Florida occurred a couple weeks before three Secret Serice agents were sent home from Obama’s trip to the Netherlands after a night of drinking. We’ve temporarily taken comments offline as we prepare to deploy our new commenting system based on the Discourse discussion engine. This will provide a better user experience, reply notification and more robust protection against trolls and spam. You will be able to access the new system with your existing account. No new sign up or registration is required. We hope to deploy the new system later this week. House Intel Chair Won’t Seek Re-Election, Plans To Host Radio Show March 28, 2014, 7:22 AM EDT House Intelligence Committee Chair Mike Rogers (R-MI) announced Friday morning that he will not seek re-election. ReadMore People Who Don’t Realize ‘The Colbert Report’ Is Satire Want It Cancelled Over Asian Joke March 28, 2014, 7:00 AM EDT Twitter users aimed to get the hashtag #CancelColbert trending on Thursday night after the official Twitter account for “The Colbert ReadMore Christie: I Can’t Recall What Port Authority Exec Told Me During Lane Closures March 27, 2014, 7:17 PM EDT New Jersey Gov.
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SXSW 2014: Fourth car crash victim dies

Car plows into crowd at SXSW

His family is in our thoughts and prayers. Austin Police Dept (@Austin_Police) March 27, 2014 Tatum had been in critical condition since the crash, according to local NBC affiliate KXAN . Also read: SXSW Suspect Faces Death Penalty According to police, Rashad Charjuan Owens, 21, (pictured below left) plowed into a group of pedestrians on Mar. 13, as he fled from an officer on patrol for suspected drunk drivers. The incident left more than 20 people injured. Owens continued to drive at a high rate of speed, turning right onto Red River Street, which was barricaded off for pedestrians for the SXSW Festival, Austin police said in a news release . The suspect crashed through the barricades, hitting several pedestrians on Red River Street between 9th and 11th Streets, the release said. Owens is also accused of hitting a moped, a taxi cab and a bicyclist.
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(Rodolfo Gonzalez / AP / March 13, 2014) Also By Gerrick D. Kennedy March 27, 2014, 1:58 p.m. A fourth person has died from injuries sustained earlier this month after a car driven by a drunk driving suspect crashed into a crowd during the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas, officials said. DeAndre Tatum passed away on Thursday as a result of his injuries, the Austin police department confirmed. Tatum was one of 23 injured a few weeks ago after a a man attempting to evade a DWI checkpoint plowed into a crowd of festival revelers outside the Mohawk nightclub while being pursued by police. Two people,Jamie West, 27, and Steven Craenmehr, 35, were pronounced dead at the scene. A third victim, Sandy Le, died days later after being in critical condition with head injuries. The suspect, aspiring rapper Rashad Charjuan Owens , has been charged with capital murder and aggravated assault with a motor vehicle. Owens remains in jail, with bail set at $3 million. Times staff writer August Brown contributed to this report. ALSO:
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Paul Walker crash caused by ‘unsafe speed,’ investigators say

30. “Investigators determined the cause of the fatal solo-vehicle collision was unsafe speed for the roadway conditions,” sheriff’s Cmdr. Mike Parker said. Also PAUL WALKER: 1973-2013 The report came the same day that Universal Studios previewed the upcoming film “Fast & Furious 7” at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, which gave the first glimpse of Walker’s final performance in the popular franchise. When Walker died, he still had a substantial portion of the film to shoot, and the studio pushed the film’s release from this summer to April 2015. Some reports have indicated that Walker’s character will be retired in the upcoming film, and that CGI and body doubles will be used in certain scenes. In the sheriff’s department report, officials found no evidence of any car system failures, but at least two of the tires were more than nine years old. Porsche recommends that tires be replaced after four years. As a result, “the driveability and handling characteristics” of the car “may have been compromised,” California Highway Patrol investigators wrote.
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SXSW Car Crash Claims Fourth Victim

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on Wednesday, March 26, 2016 when one of the front tyres of the KIA truck burst while the vehicle was moving from Akoti to Kasoa. “We heard the sound of a burst tyre and l saw the driver trying to control the steering wheel, he said. The eyewitness said the KIA went out of control, drifted from its lane and slammed into the Land Cruiser, which was coming from the opposite direction, while the VW Passat saloon car, which was also behind the KIA truck, ran into the pile-up. Immediately the KIA?hit the Land Cruiser, the mate, who was in the bucket of the truck, was thrown over the cars and his head hit the road. We saw blood all over and started running towards that direction. The KIA truck was loaded with musical speakers and some other musical gadgets used for outdoor events. The driver of the Land Cruiser suffered a serious head injury, while the driver of the Passat was pulled out of his car by occupants of other cars. Firefighters and Police A few minutes after the accidents, firefighters and police personnel of the Highway Patrol Unit arrived, following distress calls from people in nearby communities and eyewitnesses. The firefighters and the police had to cut the door at the drivers side of the KIA truck to reach the driver, whose two legs were trapped in the car.
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Car Crashes Through the Tennis Shoppe, Injures 2

Car Crashes into front of building Car Crashes into front of building Car Crashes into front of building Car Crashes into front of building Car Crashes into front of building Car Crashes into front of building LITTLE ROCK, AR — A car crashed through a Little Rock business on Cantrell yesterday afternoon. When we arrived to the scene at the Tennis Shoppe, the car was still in the business. A clerk at the Tennis Shoppe, Sophia Pucek, said she was sitting at the front of the store when she saw a car exit off of Cantrell road very quickly. She attempted to move away but the car came crashing in too fast, according to police reports. Pucek suffered a broken right femur and carpet burns to her face and arms.She was transported to Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock to have surgery on her right femur. The driver, Carolyn Bunting, said she was attempting to park and hit the gas pedal instead of the brakes. She then hit a car beside her and crashed into the building. The car was towed and Bunting wascitedfor careless driving, driving on a suspended license and having no insurance, according to police reports. The manager of the store also suffered minor cuts to his face but refused medical attention at the scene. Copyright 2014 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.
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