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May

Two injured in Indiana auto accident

May 19, 2011

TribLocal reports that a man and his wife were injured in an Indiana auto accident.

Authorities report that the couple was driving north on I-65 in their 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe when the driver, a 72 year old man, feel asleep and lost control of the car.  The Indiana auto accident took place when the driver over-corrected and the vehicle flipped over.

The driver was flown to a local hospital, where he is listed in critical condition. His wife was taken to a local hospital with leg pain and is listed in fair condition.

The interstate was closed for a few hours to investigate the Indiana auto accident.

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Should drivers over the age of 65 retake their driver’s test? How often?

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11
May

Indiana truck accident leaves three injuries

May 12, 2011

The Journal and Courier reports that three people were injured in an Indiana truck accident.

Indiana State Police report that a Ford Explorer failed to yield at a stop sign and pulled in front of a tractor trailer. The truck tried to stop but hit the Ford Explorer in the Indiana truck accident.

After the Indiana truck accident, both vehicles ended up on the side of the road in a ditch. The police had to cut out the driver and passenger of the Ford Explorer.  The driver and the passenger were taken to a local hospital. The driver of the truck was also taken to a local hospital with non life threatening injuries.

Indiana State Police are still investigating the Indiana truck accident.

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Do you believe tractor trailers are too dangerous for roads in your area?

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25
Mar

Woman hits restaurant in Fort Wayne auto accident

March 24, 2011

WANE reports a woman drove into a Cracker Barrel, causing a Fort Wayne auto accident.

Local authorities said the Fort Wayne auto accident happened after a woman went over a curb and crashed into the side of the building. Three women inside the restaurant were injured in the Fort Wayne auto accident.

Two women refused medical treatment and one woman was taken to a local hospital. The driver of the car was not injured in the Fort Wayne auto accident.

Police do not yet know the cause of the Fort Wayne auto accident and are investigating.

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What do you think caused this Fort Wayne auto accident?

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15
Sep

Four injured in Gary auto accident

September 9, 2010

Four people were injured in a Gary auto accident when a man accused of drunk driving collided with another vehicle, the Post-Tribune reports.

Witnesses said the driver of a Cadillac was driving erratically, and when he switched lanes he struck a sports utility vehicle, causing the Gary auto accident.

The SUV swerved to the center, struck the median and rolled over. The driver of the Cadillac swerved to the right and struck the right lane barrier.

Four people in the SUV were taken to the hospital following the Gary auto accident. The driver of the Cadillac failed a blood alcohol test, registering almost twice the legal limit. Two passengers in the vehicle fled the scene of the Gary auto accident.

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Do you think passengers who accompany a drunk driver who causes a Gary auto accident should also be charged with a crime? Do you think passengers hold some responsibility for Gary auto accidents?

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15
Sep

South Bend auto accident sends man to hospital

August 26, 2010

A South Bend auto accident has sent one man to the hospital with serious injuries after his truck rolled over.

The South Bend auto accident occurred when the 56-year-old man’s Chevy S10 truck fishtailed then rolled three times before landing on its roof. The man was trapped inside his vehicle for nearly 20 minutes before rescue crews were able to remove him, according to WSBT.

The man suffered non-life-threatening head injuries in the South Bend auto accident and was transported to the local hospital for treatment.

According to police, the driver was traveling around 35 miles an hour at the time of the South Bend auto accident.

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Do you think first responders need more training in how to extract victims from vehicles after South Bend auto accidents? Could this skill make a difference in treating and saving victims?

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15
Sep

Victim files lawsuit after Indianapolis motorcycle accident

August 19, 2010

The Indianapolis Star reports that one of the victims of an Indianapolis motorcycle accident has taken the first step toward filing a lawsuit.

The injured party has given notice of tort claim, contending that her injuries were a result of carelessness and negligence of a police officer acting within his scope of employment of the city of Indianapolis during the Indianapolis motorcycle accident.

The woman and two others were on their motorcycles when they were hit by an Indianapolis police officer who was intoxicated in the Indianapolis motorcycle accident.

One of the victims was killed. It is possible that his widow will file a wrongful death lawsuit against the city, or sue of negligence.

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Do you think the city should be named in the lawsuit, even though it was an individual who caused the Indianapolis motorcycle accident?

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11
Jun

Family displaced from home following Fort Wayne auto accident

June 10, 2010

The Journal Gazette reports that a 24-year-old man is responsible for crashing his vehicle into a family home in a Fort Wayne auto accident.

The accident happened around 3:45 a.m. when the man was driving south on Addison Avenue. He did not realize the street ended at Vance Avenue, and the car traveled over a sidewalk and across a lawn before crashing into a home on Vance Avenue.

The vehicle entered the home, but no one inside the home or in the vehicle was injured in the Fort Wayne auto accident. The driver of the car had a blood alcohol content of nearly twice the legal limit and was arrested on a misdemeanor count of driving while intoxicated.

Do you think a misdemeanor is a sufficient punishment for driving under the influence? Should there be stiffer penalties?

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12
Apr

One injured in Indianapolis auto accident

April 8, 2010

Drunk driving is illegal, yet it remains a major cause of auto accidents. WISH-TV reports that a drunk driver was the cause of this Indianapolis auto accident.

A 26-year-old female was driving north in the Southbound lanes of East Street when she struck a police vehicle causing the Indianapolis auto accident.

Police said the driver struck the police car and continued driving, in spite of attempts by Indianapolis police officers to get her to pull over.

Why do you think Indianapolis drunk driving accidents continue to be such a problem?

If you have suffered injuries in an Indianapolis auto accident, the Indiana auto accident attorneys at Stewart & Stewart are here to help you.

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26
Mar

One person dead and another injured in South Bend auto accident

February 25, 2010

The South Bend Tribune reports that one person is dead and another injured following a South Bend auto accident.

According to police, the driver of a vehicle turned left onto Quince Road, but failed to yield to the right of way to oncoming traffic. The vehicle was struck on the passenger side by a semi.

The front seat passenger in the car was killed instantly. Several other people involved in the South Bend car accident were taken to the hospital.

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13
Oct

Police officer causes South Bend auto accident

September 24, 2009

Fox 28 reports that a police officer responding to a call caused a South Bend auto accident. The South Bend car accident happened near the intersection of Ironwood and Calvert.

The police officer did not see the other vehicle and turned into it. The officer and driver of the other vehicle were treated for injuries following the Indiana auto accident.

The police department is investigating the South Bend auto accident.

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