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Massachusetts car accidents: Fatal crash under investigation

In driver's education courses, instructors emphasize the importance of being a defensive driver. Unfortunately, there are some car accidents that drivers are simply unable to avoid. Police in Massachusetts are currently investigating a fatal accident that involved three cars.

Teen driver accidents: 3 teens hospitalized after accident

Teenagers have relatively little experience driving on Massachusetts roadways. As a result, there are many precautions taken in order to help prevent teen driver accidents. For example, state law prohibits junior operators from having other minors in the car with them unless there is an adult over the age of 21 present in the vehicle. Despite this law, police claim that a teenage driver had two other teenagers with him when a fiery crash occurred that sent three people to the hospital.

Massachusetts car accidents: 4 injured, drag racing suspected

People often make imprudent choices in their lives for a variety of different reasons, with a variety of different outcomes. These decisions could, unfortunately, harm many people. For example, people who choose to engage in street racing could potentially cause harm to themselves as well as other users of the roadways if their actions result in car accidents. Police in Massachusetts believe that three people were recently sent to the hospital as a result of street racing.

Massachusetts car accidents: Collision sends 5 to hospital

The vast majority of motorists on this country's roadways are safe drivers who strive to ensure their personal safety as well as the safety of their passengers and others. Unfortunately, unsafe drivers can cause serious car accidents that have devastating consequences for innocent people. For example, police allege that one Massachusetts man was driving under the influence of alcohol when he is believed to have caused an accident that sent five people to the hospital.

Massachusetts car accidents: Collision sends 7 to hospital

The vast majority of people who get into the drivers' seats of cars know the rules of the road and are willing to obey them. Their goals, beyond arriving at their destinations, are to ensure their personal safety, as well as the safety of those around them by avoiding car accidents. Unfortunately, some people may not be as diligent. Even a split second of distraction to change the radio station or glance at a phone can cause a devastating accident. Police in Massachusetts are still investigating an accident that sent seven people to the hospital.

Teenager making strides after suffering spinal cord injury

Getting the dreadful news that their child has been in a serious car crash is likely most parents' worst nightmare. When that accident has resulted in the victim suffering a spinal cord injury, those fears understandably escalate, as they wonder if their loved one will ever recover. There are likely some Massachusetts families who have had to endure this terrible ordeal.

Masschusetts police car accidents cause injuries and damages

Massachusetts residents likely are grateful for the services provided by the dedicated men and women who work as police officers. However, there are times when these same professionals inflict pain and suffering by causing serious car accidents -- whether on- or off-duty. There have been may lives irrevocably changed through these tragic collisions.

Hingham woman faces second drunk driving charge

A Massachusetts woman who had successfully fought a drunk driving charge 10 years ago was recently arrested and is now facing new DUI charges. The Hingham woman was arrested after she had been involved in a car accident. Her car that she was driving collided with a traffic island, shredding one of her tires.

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