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March 2019 Archives

Texting and driving laws appear to help limit car accidents

The dangers of distracted driving, especially texting and driving, are obvious. Several states around the nation have implemented laws banning the use of cellphones while driving. The Arizona Senate recently passed legislation that would ban using electronic devices while driving, though it has not yet been signed into law. Now, a recent study highlights the benefits to these laws, reporting that they are reducing the severity of car accidents.

Car accidents: Police arrest man suspected of drunk driving

Many people think that having a drink or two before getting behind the wheel is not a big deal. They assume that they are still completely capable of operating a car, but that may not be the case. Drunk driving is the cause of far too many car accidents nationwide. This is what police are alleging in the case of a recent crash here in Arizona that left one woman with serious injuries.

Police investigating two different fatal pedestrian accidents

Pedestrians who are struck by vehicles have a higher risk of serious injury or fatality. Though many cities in Arizona and around the nation take extra precautions to try and avoid pedestrian accidents, they still occur. Police in Phoenix are investigating two separate crashes that took the lives of two different people on the same day.

Highway crash shows how car accidents can leave questions

Vehicle crashes can be devastating in many respects. The people who can be physically harmed as a result of one may have their entire lives changed in an instant, and some even lose their lives. The families of victims may be left questioning how the crash happened, wondering if anything could have prevented the tragedy. Authorities are working to piece together the evidence of a recent crash on an Arizona highway, leaving many to wonder if this was one of those car accidents that should not have occurred.

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