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May 2014 Archives

Arizona wrong-way collisions lead to emergency meeting

Arizona residents should be interested to know that a spike in head-on collisions has raised the concern of Arizona law enforcement officials. Three unrelated head-on crashes occurred in less than a week; all three incidents resulted in multiple fatalities. In response, law enforcement authorities held an emergency meeting in conjunction with transportation officials in order to come up with a solution to deal with the problem.

Dog bite prevention week kicks-off in Maricopa County

Our Arizona readers have likely seen or heard about the video clip of the cat attacking a dog which bit a young boy. As such stories made national headlines, Arizona residents may find it helpful and informative to learn that Maricopa County Animal Care & Control recently kicked-off National Dog Bite Prevention Week.

Distracted driving may have played a role in car accident

It is common for many people to own a smart phone and other high tech devices. In fact, many new cars are equipped with touch screens and GPS systems. Technology has connected people to the Internet, but an unintended consequence of the easy access to information is distractions while driving. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, distracted driving has reached epidemic proportions on United States roadways, and in 2012 alone it claimed over 3,300 lives.

Arizona jogger killed in car accident

Many Arizona residents routinely head outside to not only get some fresh air and enjoy nature with family and friends, but also to stay healthy. Even though most runners and walkers hope that motorists are attentive when they are operating their vehicle and that they will obey traffic laws, it is not uncommon for reports about car-pedestrian accidents to make headlines.

Arizona woman implicated in drunk driving accident

According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, over 10,000 people lost their lives in impaired driving accidents in 2012 alone. This statistic may lead some people to pause and think about the consequences and impact that drunk driving accidents have on other unsuspecting motorists on the road. For public safety reasons, states across the U.S. have laws against driving while intoxicated. Even though laws are in place, people still sustain serious injuries and even die in drunk driving accidents that are caused by someone else's negligence.

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