Teen Killed in Charlotte, NC Crash
Car accident round-up: crashes around the United States
Teen Killed In N.C. Car Accident
A young girl was killed in a Charlotte, NC crash on Tuesday when she turned in front of a truck at the intersection of Browne and DeArmon roads around 6 p.m. Her two passengers, listed as 2010 high school graduates are being treated at Carolinas Medical Center. The driver of the truck suffered minor injuries and was treated and released from another hospital, according to wsoctv.com.
Car Crashes Into An Idaho Restaurant
Around 7 p.m. Tuesday a Chevy Malibu crashed into the Tastee Treat in Chubbuck, Idaho after it crossed one lane of traffic, drove through a field, and clipped a parked Chevy Equinox. Neither of the girls in the Malibu suffered serious injuries and no one in the restaurant were injured, reports KPVI News 6. Police are investigating the incident.
One Injured When Car Crashes Into House In Plattsburgh, N.Y.
The Press Republican reports a 67-year-old woman was injured when her car crossed the sidewalk and smashed into a house that belongs to her niece around 9 p.m. on Tuesday. She was taken by ambulance to the hospital to be treated for a broken arm. It is unknown what caused the accident which left her car with a crumpled front end and a crushed windshield.
Three Teens Seriously Injured Near Vandenberg Air Force Base
One teen was critically injured and two are in fair condition following an accident as they were returning to base from Minuteman Beach, according to LompocRecord.com. The 16-year-old driver lost control of her Chevrolet Cobalt when she was rounding a corner north of the base sending the car through a guard rail and down a 70 foot embankment. All three teenagers were able to exit the vehicle before it caught on fire. Under California law, the driver of the car was restricted from transporting passengers under 20 years of age when not accompanied by a parent, guardian, or other licensed driver at least 25 years old. All three were dependent children of base personnel.
LSU Football Coach’s Sister Dies In Car Crash
The sister of head football coach Les Miles was killed Friday afternoon, April 22, near Baton Rouge reports The Advocate. The 54-year-old woman was trying to merge into highway traffic on La. 1 in her 2007 Nissan Sentra when she was hit on the driver’s side by a Dodge Ram. She was pronounced dead at the scene. None of the two adults and four children in the pickup was injured.
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