Archive for October, 2010

28
Oct

Car runs red light, causes South Bend auto accident

October 28, 2010

WNDU reports that a vehicle ran a red light and caused a South Bend auto accident.

The South Bend auto accident happened at the intersection of Logan and Jefferson. The driver of a car ran a red light and struck an SUV.

The impact of the South Bend auto accident caused the SUV to flip over on its side. The rescue crews had to extricate the three people in the SUV. Paramedics reported that those inside the SUV were expected to recover.

The driver who ran the red light received a citation from the police after the South Bend auto accident.

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Do you think the penalty imposed after this South Bend auto accident should be heavier than a citation?

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19
Oct

Pregnant woman injured in Indianapolis auto accident

October 19, 2010

WTRH reports that a pregnant woman has been injured in a hit-and-run Indianapolis auto accident.

The Indianapolis auto accident happened when the woman was crossing the intersection at Elder and Maryland and was struck by a pick-up truck.

The truck turned right onto Elder Avenue and dragged the woman 100 feet. The driver stopped the car to remove the woman from under the vehicle and then fled the scene.

The woman was taken to the hospital where her baby was delivered through an emergency C-section. The baby is doing well, and the mother is now recovering from injuries suffered in the Indianapolis auto accident.

Police are looking for a suspect who has been named a person of interest in this case.

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Do you think the suspect should face double charges for injuries to both the mother and baby in this Indianapolis auto accident?

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13
Oct

Gary truck accident closes highway

October 13, 2010

September 30, 2010

A three-vehicle Gary truck accident shut down traffic in both directions of toll road I-90, the Sun Times reports.

A truck was traveling east when the driver mistakenly thought he saw a deer in the road. The driver prepared himself to hit the animal, but at the same time was entering an S curve and over-corrected the truck, he struck the median and the vehicle began to flip in the Gary truck accident.

The second trailer flipped over into the westbound lanes. A truck then collided with the wreckage in the westbound lanes, and another vehicle struck the wreckage and then hit the median.

Three men were transported to the hospital to be treated for injuries suffered in the Gary truck accident.

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