Though on the surface the following revelation may not seem all that revolutionary, it is still a stark warning to people out there who use sleep aids -- and then, at some point afterwards, consider getting behind the wheel of a car.
A recent T-bone accident in Phoenix left two people in "extremely critical condition" as the police continued to investigate the wreck. The other person involved in the crash -- the driver that T-boned the vehicle carrying the two older people -- was also injured, but that driver didn't need to be hospitalized.
An interesting study was recently performed to test if drivers who have a negative outlook on life are more likely to be involved in a car accident. The study found that, yes, people who aren't positive and actually more likely to be involved in a car crash.
One of the most infuriating types of motor vehicle accidents that continues to occur is drunk driving accidents. People consume too much alcohol, and then they make the terrible decision to get behind the wheel of a car. They cause an accident, and then many lives are changed as a result of the serious or fatal injuries inflicted in the accident.
In some cases, getting into a car accident is just the beginning of a terrible day. In other cases, it's the awful conclusion to a forgettable day. But in many other cases, the victims don't have the time to consider all of the possible adjectives they could use to describe their day or the accident. Instead, they suffer serious injuries and are too busy trying to recover from the wreck to consider the qualitative descriptions of the incident.
Two police officers and another person were injured in a car crash recently after a vehicle barreled into the side of a police car even though its lights were flashing. The police car was stopped on the road, along with a tow truck (which also had its lights flashing), to attend to another car accident. All of a sudden, another vehicle smashed into the side of the police car, causing a T-bone accident.
It's the holidays, and everyone is in a festive mood. Families are getting together, long lost friends are seeing each other for the first time in many years, and there's just an air of happiness all around. However, things aren't always rosy during the holiday season. With that festive mood comes festive parties, and many people will be consuming alcohol during these parties. It's just something to be prepared for.
Imagine that you and another person are involved in a car accident. Each person was driving on their own, and no one is seriously injured -- but you suffered some moderate injuries in the crash. In the moments immediately after the crash, you think that this crash was the other driver's fault. In fact, witnesses of the crash tell you that it was the other driver's fault too. "He clearly crashed into me," you think.
Two vehicles collided head on in a recent accident in Phoenix, Arizona. The result were fatal, unfortunately. One vehicle was described by witnesses as speeding and driving erratically when it suddenly crossed the center line and crashed into another vehicle. The driver of the erratic vehicle was killed in the accident, while the driver of the struck vehicle survived the crash, though she did so while suffering serious injuries. She remains hospitalized in serious condition.
In life, there are rarely just black-and-white issues. For example, drivers in Arizona aren't either safe or unsafe. A new study suggests that there is good news but also bad news regarding the safety statistics on Arizona roads.