The police believe that an 18-year-old man in a pickup truck was racing another truck when he slammed into a passenger vehicle.
You're involved in a car accident, and a family member is injured. You stay at the scene as the injured party and another family member are taken to the hospital.
The holiday season is all about family, which is what makes it so hard when a loved one passes away. That's tragically what one family is dealing with after an elderly woman was killed in a car accident on Christmas Eve.
An improving economy, in many ways, is a good thing. Home values go up, companies thrive, jobs are created and much more.
A 15-year-old girl is dead after she was thrown from an SUV in Texas. She was a student at San Marcos High School, and she was killed in the wreck on Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017.
You commute to and from work every day. No, you're not technically on the clock, but it's still clearly something that is required by your job. It also poses serious injury risks, as tens of thousands of Americans are hurt in car accidents every year.
When two friends were involved in an accident in Texas, the driver fled the scene, leaving a young man with critical injuries in the passenger seat. That man eventually passed away from those injuries, even though the emergency crews rushed him to the hospital.
Teen drivers face a lot of risks on the road. They lack experience since they simply haven't been driving as long as adults. They may have distractions, such as friends or cellphones, in the car with them. These are all reasons that accident rates are so high.
Tailgating, no matter how it happens, is dangerous. Take one drive across town and you'll see that people do it constantly, but the risks are enormous.
Perhaps you've seen the statistics indicating that rural roads results in more deadly accidents than urban roads, even though far more drivers are in urban areas and many more miles are driven there every year.