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June 2014 Archives

Bicyclist dies after truck accident in Arizona

Truck accidents, both in Arizona and in the rest of the nation, are fairly common, and these accidents injure and kill more people because of the sheer size and mass of the trucks. There are many reasons for truck accidents; the primary ones being driver fatigue and equipment failure. Very often, truck drivers are tired after driving for long stretches without taking a rest; hence, they may fail to pay attention to traffic safety norms.

Driver arrested after causing fatal accident in Arizona

Any Arizona resident who has suffered the loss of a loved one in an automobile accident may well think that if the vehicle driver had exercised caution, their relative or friend might be alive. A driver needs to be especially careful in order to prevent a fatal accident on Yuma, Arizona, roads as well as other highways around the country.

Elderly pedestrian critically injured in Phoenix car accident

Many automobile accidents that occur in Phoenix can be avoided if drivers just were careful. They need to always drive within speed limits and follow the median and lane markers as closely as possible. Even though police and transportation departments conduct safety awareness campaigns and try to cut down on drunk and distracted drivers, accidents continue to occur. One major problem is that drivers continually text and drive and this type of distracted driving has become a major factor in accidents on the streets of many American cities.

Four dead after bus-truck accident near Arizona border

Many truck accidents in the United States, including in Arizona, kill and injure people primarily because trucks are so much larger and heavier than other vehicles. The reasons for truck accidents vary, but include equipment failures and truck drivers who are inattentive to the road.