Texas Wildfire Sparks Fatal Multi-Car Wreck
Low visibility due to wildfire leads to seven-car accident in Texas
Wildfire Causes Fatal Multi-Car Wreck
A wildfire in Midland, Texas that left motorists with zero visibility was the cause of a seven-car accident on Sunday that left a 5-year-old girl dead. The accident started when a motorist slowed on Interstate 20 due to poor visibility from the fire burning in the highway’s median. The pickup truck in which the girl was riding was pushed into the nearby pasture, where the fire had spread, when the truck became engulfed in flames killing the girl and injuring her brother and uncle.
Drunk Driver Kills Two in South Carolina
A Delaware man has been charged with two counts of felony DUI after he ran an SUV off the road and into a tree killing both occupants of the vehicle. The Sunday night accident that left a 70-year-old woman and a 74-year-old man dead occurred in Colleton County, SC on I-95. The drunk driver apparently swerved into the SUV’s lane forcing the vehicle off the road.
Knoxville Accident Leaves Five Injured
A Saturday morning accident on I-40 near Midway Road outside of Knoxville resulted in five people being rushed to the hospital, including two young children and a pregnant woman. The pregnant woman was driving a Nissan Maxima traveling on eastbound I-40 when it began to hydroplane and she lost control of the vehicle crossing the median and striking a westbound Ford Explorer. Investigation into the accident is continuing.
Car Crashes into House Killing One
An early Wednesday morning car accident resulted in one death and one serious injury when a 2010 Chevy Impala went airborne, cleared an SUV in a driveway, hit a large tree and a house and flipped over coming to rest on its roof. The accident occurred on Wertzville Road in Hampden Township, Pennsylvania. The victims, both in the vehicle, were not wearing their seatbelts. None of the residents of the house were injured. There have been three fatalities and 167 crashes since 2000 on the same stretch of the road where this accident occurred.
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