Following a torrential rain pour, the Oroville Dam burst, releasing some 300 million gallons of water on unsuspecting Californian, causing the deaths of five people and millions of dollars in property damages, including lost homes and more.
In the state of California, it is illegal to drive a vehicle while impaired by drugs or alcohol. Even so, there are many people who continue to drive impaired on the state's roads and highways, putting the public at risk. Unfortunately, it is only a matter of time before these people cause an accident.
A survivor of the deadly head-on collision between a charter bus and a FedEx truck that took place in California last month says that the accident left his soul “pretty much crushed.”
In past posts, we have discussed the tragic charter bus accident in Northern California that left ten people dead. The bus, carrying many high school students and chaperones, was on its way to Humboldt State University for a tour when it was struck by a FedEx truck head on.
In our last post, we discussed the tragic charter bus accident that occurred in Northern California on April 10 and claimed the lives of ten people, including several high school students.
With the advent of mobile device technology and increasingly sophisticated features installed in vehicles, there is a lot drivers can become distracted by within the confines of their own car. This is not even to mention a large number of distractions on or near the roadway. No matter the changes in technology or scenery, one thing remains true: drivers have an obligation to make safety their top priority.
Six people were recently killed in a wrong-way car accident in Southern California. The wrong-way driver who is allegedly responsible for causing the crash was arrested following the incident. As is the case when any person is killed in an automobile accident that was apparently caused by another person's failure to follow traffic laws, family members of the victims may be entitled to restitution relating to this horrific occurrence.
No one ever plans to be involved in a fatal accident; however, they occur on California roadways every single day. Two individuals were recently killed in a vehicle accident as a result of a horrific crash that occurred in eastern Riverside County. According to state troopers, the accident happened when the driver lost control of the car and it smashed into a tree.
Few things can truly compare to the devastation a parent feels when the life of his or her child is taken. It is every parent's greatest fear. Sadly, for the parents of a little baby girl in California, this fear became a reality when their daughter was killed in an automobile accident earlier this month.
Deadly car accidents can occur in an instant. However, their aftereffects may haunt survivors and family members for the rest of their lives. Recently, three people were killed in an automobile accident in southern California. A man has been taken into custody for allegedly causing the crash.