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December 2014 Archives

Patricia M. Jarzobski

Speeding suspected after car accident kills 1 and injures 3

Posted speed limits are enforced to protect the safety of everyone sharing the road. A Colorado driver who chooses to disobey the law or is not paying attention and is driving more quickly than conditions dictate has a higher likelihood of causing a car accident. An irresponsible driver can cause innocent victims to become seriously injured or possibly even die.

Car accident injures 2 young pedestrians

Each day, most parents send their children to school, an act which requires some of the children to cross the street. Most children are taught how to cross safely and return home unharmed, but others are not so lucky. In one such case, two Colorado middle school students were injured in a car accident while crossing a street.

Suspected drunk driver blamed for fatal car accident

Drivers must always be clearly focused and alert while they are driving. Being under the influence of alcohol can cause drivers to have impaired judgment and limit the ability to make split-second decisions. This may also cause Colorado drivers to disregard traffic laws due to their lack of inhibitions from the alcohol. All of these poor decisions can be catalysts for causing a car accident.

A fatal car accident claims the lives of 2 and injures 2 others

At all times, drivers must be ready to think on their feet. Having a quick reaction time allows a Colorado resident the ability to be prepared for whatever may come at him or her while driving. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. The inability to maintain control of one's vehicle, even for a moment, can lead to serious injuries or a fatal car accident.

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