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Massachusetts car accidents too often result in fatalities

Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is never acceptable. Unfortunately, car accidents that result from driving while intoxicated occur across the country on a regular basis. These preventable collisions often lead to serious injuries or fatalities. A Massachusetts man was recently killed in one such accident.

Car accidents often leave people injured in Massachusetts

Police from two Massachusetts towns responded recently to a car wreck. The incident occurred, like many car accidents do, in the evening hours of a late summer day. When it ended, the incident left four people injured and closed both sides of a busy highway for a short period.

Passenger van accidents often have numerous victims

Transporting numerous people at a time on the roadways of Massachusetts often requires the use of a larger vehicle, but a coach or bus may be too large. A 15-passenger van may be just the right size to transport a small group, but doing so does come with certain risks. Passenger van accidents often cause injury to numerous people, and some of those injuries could be serious or deadly.

Car accidents can lead to personal injury claims in Massachusetts

A violent impact led to a Massachusetts roadway being strewn with debris recently. The incident, like many car accidents in our state, came at the busy mid-day as people rushed to enjoy their lunches or to get to their afternoon appointments. When the violence ended, one man was dead and another was being treated at a local hospital.

Auto accidents can be common in Massachusetts

Readers may not be surprised that there are many collisions on the roadways of Massachusetts each day. What they may not know is that sometimes those auto accidents involve cars that are travelling in the wrong direction on a roadway. That is what happened recently in North Adams that ended with injury to several victims.

Massachusetts auto accidents: Pedestrian injured in Watertown

Police have yet to determine the cause of a car accident that nearly claimed the life of a pedestrian. Auto accidents involving pedestrians are disturbingly common as more and more vehicles crowd Massachusetts roadways. In this case, the victim was lucky to survive, and for the moment, no charges have been filed. 

Auto accidents: 1 dead, 2 seriously injured

One person is dead and another is clinging to life following a serious crash in Dartmouth, according to authorities. Massachusetts State Police typically support local law enforcement in investigating auto accidents, particularly when they occur on major state routes. So far, police have not indicated they intend to press charges against the driver involved in the single-vehicle crash, but their investigation into this matter is not yet complete. 

Auto accidents: driver charged in serious crash in Massachusetts

Four people are dead following a serious accident involving an SUV at an auto auction, according to Billerica authorities. It is unclear whether Massachusetts police have filed charges against the driver involved. However, it should be noted the driver was deemed responsible for seven other auto accidents in the last 30 years. 

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