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October 2013 Archives

Head-on collision in Raleigh claims lives of both involved

Motor vehicles are a part of the lives of many who reside in the Raleigh, North Carolina area. Because there are so many automobiles on the road each day, each time a driver gets behind the wheel of a car to go somewhere it is possible that they will be involved in a motor vehicle accident. In some cases these crashes result in serious injuries, maybe even death.

Road rage to blame for many car accidents throughout the nation

There are many reasons that car accidents occur in Raleigh, North Carolina. While they are sometimes due to road conditions or motor vehicle defects, in many cases the actions of those behind the wheel of the vehicle are to blame. These actions may take the form of aggressive driving. When taken to an extreme, this is called road rage.

Motorcycle accident in Raleigh claims life of 1

Throughout the Raleigh area there are many people for whom a motorcycle is their favored choice of transportation. As is the case with any motor vehicle, it is possible that in the midst of enjoying a ride, a crash could occur. The outcome of these crashes varies due to a variety of factors. In the worst cases the severity of the injuries lead to death. This was sadly the case earlier this month.

Fatal car accident in Raleigh prompts criminal charges

Earlier this month a young woman who was helping a friend was killed when a vehicle struck both her and her friend as they worked to fill the friend's vehicle with gas from a can she brought to the Raleigh area scene. The incident occurred in the evening on Interstate 540.

Bus transporting North Carolina seniors involved in fatal crash

This past week it is likely that some residents of North Carolina were stunned and saddened to learn of the crash of a bus in another state. The bus accident resulted in the death of at least six people from North Carolina. The occupants of the bus were seniors who were a part of a church group that had visited the neighboring state.