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January 2018 Archives

Convicted felon causes fatal accident

According to data, fatalities on Connecticut highways continue to rise. To help raise awareness, death toll numbers are publicly displayed on the highways to warn drivers of roadway dangers and the need to drive safely. While most drivers are mindful of these warnings, many others are oblivious. In a recent fatal accident, a mother was killed and her son was injured when a speeding vehicle driven by a convicted felon struck the woman's car.

Pedestrian accident injures elderly woman walking to church

Pedestrians sharing the road with drivers can sometimes be a recipe for disaster. Even though continuous efforts are made to improve pedestrian safety, the risk of injury remains high for anyone crossing a parking lot, sidewalk or road by foot. Unfortunately, a Connecticut elderly woman is recovering from injuries sustained from a pedestrian accident while walking to church Sunday morning.

Fatal auto accident claims 2 lives, leads to 1 injury

Sadly, two people have lost their lives in a Connecticut car crash. The fatal auto accident occurred during the late-night hours on a recent Monday. Sometimes, these types of car accidents happen due to a driver's carelessness, in which case, the negligent driver may be held financially responsible for any injuries or deaths resulting from the car accident.

Fatal auto accident claims the lives of 2 Connecticut men

A recent tragedy has claimed the lives of two local men, and details of the event were released to the public via the news media. Little is known about the fatal auto accident in Connecticut, except for the fact that two lives were lost and another person was seriously injured. The roadways continue to be a dangerous place for individuals traveling in cars, and this recent occurrence is a testament to the perils of driving. 

Fatal accident reports in Connecticut over the holiday

State police have responded to hundreds of vehicle collisions over the four-day New Year's holiday. Of the almost 500 incidents reported in Connecticut over the holiday, only two were fatal accident reports. This number is up over last year's recorded numbers, underscoring that the holidays can be a treacherous time for individuals to be on the roads.