Tragically, many people are killed or seriously injured in car accidents across the United States every year. While some instances of car wrecks were due to unforeseeable circumstances and could not have been prevented, others occur due to the sheer disregard some drivers show for the safety of others on the road.
You get into a car accident, but you have no idea what happened. You only know you were in a car accident because they tell you about it at the hospital. Your family members even come in and show you pictures of your car, which was completely destroyed in the wreck. They tell you that you're lucky to be alive.
A man in Texas allegedly hit and killed two teen girls, who were sisters, and then apparently tried to flee from the scene.
There has been some tragic news out of Texas lately, as three siblings all passed away in the same car accident, along with one of their friends. It appears that the group was all heading to a dance competition together when they got involved in the crash. Another sibling was a part of that competition, and they were simply going to watch.
So many people place a heavy importance on physical damages that victims suffer after an accident. While, of course, physical recovery after a car accident is vital, it is also important to acknowledge the mental recovery too.
Losing a loved one due to a car accident is something that no-one should ever have to go through. Knowing that the irresponsible actions of another person could have caused the death of your loved one can feel like too much to bear.
Ever since tech companies began placing electronic scooters in Austin and cities across the U.S., injuries have been much more prevalent and serious than many people realize. Trauma centers are reporting daily accidents -- nationwide there could be as many as 1,000 injuries per day. Two people are known to have died in e-scooter crashes; others have suffered life-threatening and permanently disabling injuries.
A sad reality of motor vehicle accidents is that they sometimes result in deaths. Unfortunately, it has been a long time since Texas has had a day that didn’t see any such tragedies out on the roads. In fact, you have to go all the way back to early November 2000 to find a day without any fatal crashes in the state.