A young female passenger was found deceased from injuries suffered in a car crash. This motor vehicle accident took place on a busy and narrow street in New Jersey in the early hours of Jan. 27. The driver apparently fled the scene after crashing into a metal barrier and left her fatally injured friend without inquiring for help from emergency crews. It is hard for loved ones to endure the pain and anguish that results from tragic injuries or fatalities from motor vehicle accidents.
Most people will never experience the trauma of losing family members in a horrific car accident. Today, however, a family is grieving for the loss of their loved ones, and another family is holding a vigil at a hospital bedside, hoping for a miracle. Authorities are trying to determine why two cars collided head-on in southern New Jersey just before 5 p.m. on a recent Sunday. Vehicles that cross the road into oncoming traffic often cause serious, and fatal, motor vehicle accidents.
In the early morning hours of a day in late December on a busy New Jersey highway, a multicar accident claimed the life of one man. He was not wearing a seatbelt, and the high-speed collision ejected him from his overturned vehicle, resulting in his death. Motor vehicle accidents that result in such tragic outcomes are devastating, not only for the victims but also for their surviving families.
Distractions while driving are deadly. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 391,000 people suffered injuries in car accidents involving driver distractions. Many people multitask thinking they are not endangering themselves or others. Drivers who partake in this unsafe behavior can cause you to get into an accident and sustain serious injuries.
Two individuals died in a multi-car accident in the early morning hours of a busy New Jersey highway on a Friday in December. Motor vehicle accidents involving fatalities are especially devastating during the holiday season. The collision in Middlesex County became a fiery scene, engulfing the cars that were involved in flames and leaving six other people injured.
Many drivers in New Jersey are committed to protecting their safety as well as the safety of others. Unfortunately, their best efforts may prove fruitless if they come into contact with others who are not as concerned about safety, potentially involving them in motor vehicle accidents. In fact, police in New Jersey are currently investigating a recent fatal crash.
It is almost astounding to think of the number of distractions that a driver faces. Passengers, smartphones and other electronics can easily pull a driver's attention from the roadway. Unfortunately, even a single moment of inattention can result in serious motor vehicle accidents. Police in New Jersey are currently investigating a recent crash that involved two pedestrians.
When most people in New Jersey think of traditional uses of the roadways, they likely think of sedans, trucks, vans and sports utility vehicles. However, there are a variety of different ways to legally utilize the roadways including through the use of motorcycles. Despite their right to be on the roadways, motorcyclists are often involved in crashes caused by other motorists who may not see them. As a result, it is necessary for all drivers to remain vigilant in order to prevent motor vehicle accidents.
While many people in New Jersey likely spent the recent holiday enjoying time with their family and friends, one family received a terrific loss as a result of a car crash. Unfortunately, motor vehicle accidents can happen at any moment, even to those who are not behind the wheel. Reports in New Jersey claim that a recent fiery crash involved a vehicle that was stopped on the shoulder of the road.
There are certain risks to all New Jersey drivers as well as their passengers. While there are many measures that safe drivers can take to help reduce the chances of causing or being involved in an accident, motor vehicle accidents can still occur. Unfortunately, three teenagers are hospitalized following a recent collision.