Archive for April, 2011

27
Apr

Four injured in Indianapolis auto accident

April 27, 2011

April 28, 2011

WISHTV reports that four people were injured in an Indianapolis auto accident.

Police report that a serious Indianapolis auto accident took place near Raymond Street and Fisher Road. The driver lost control of the car and crashed into a drainage ditch and then went airborne.

One person was thrown from the car in the Indianapolis auto accident and is listed in critical condition at a local hospital. The three others were taken to a local hospital in serious condition.

Police believe that alcohol played a role in the Indianapolis auto accident.

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If the driver was drunk in the Indianapolis auto accident, should the passengers also be held responsible for allowing a drunk driver to drive?

If you have been injured in a Indianapolis auto accident, the Indianapolis auto accident lawyers at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.

20
Apr

Driver and passenger leave man trapped after Fort Wayne auto accident

April 20, 2011

April 21, 2011

The Journal Gazette reports that a man was seriously injured in a car crash after the driver and passenger fled the scene of the Fort Wayne auto accident.

The local police said that witnesses saw the driver and the front passenger run away from the car after the Fort Wayne auto accident. The driver and passenger were located a short time later.

The man who was trapped in the car was freed and was taken to a local hospital. The driver was also treated for a back injury.

The police are investigating if alcohol played a role in this Fort Wayne auto accident.

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Should the driver and the passenger of this car be charged for leaving a seriously injured friend behind?

If you have been injured in a Fort Wayne auto accident, the Fort Wayne auto accident attorneys at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.

13
Apr

Alcohol plays role in South Bend auto accident

April 13, 2011

April 14, 2011

The South Bend Tribune reports a suspected drunk driver caused a South Bend auto accident.

A male driver of a Honda Civic was driving on the wrong side of South Bend Avenue near Charles Street when he collided with another vehicle in this South Bend auto accident. Once police arrived, the male driver failed a field sobriety test. The suspect was then taken to a local hospital for follow-up tests.

The driver of the other vehicle was shaken but did not have any injuries after the South Bend auto accident. A passenger in the Honda Civic was unconscious at the scene. The driver and the passenger of the Honda Civic were taken to a hospital.

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Do you think convicted drunk drivers should take a Breathalyzer every time they get behind the wheel?

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13
Apr

Indiana state senator injured in Carmel auto accident

April 13, 2011

March 31, 2011

An Indiana State Senator was injured in Carmel auto accident, reports The Indy Star.

Indiana State Senator Mike Delph was injured in a Camel Auto accident when he was diving to his house in Carmel. Senator Delph was driving his Buick Rendezvous north of Spring Mill when a driver from the southbound lane hit his car in the Carmel auto accident. The southbound driver, a 19 year man, was trying to avoid a slowing car when he swerved and hit the driver side of Senator Delph’s car.

Senator Delph’s head was examined at the hospital and was released . He reports that he is store sore on his left side.

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Do you believe the slowing car should be held responsible in this Carmel auto accident?

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