Startling Facts About Car Accidents in Missouri
Missouri is known for its beautiful landscapes and tourist attractions.
Thousands of motor vehicles drive on Missouri roads every day, so auto accidents are not uncommon. Car accidents can have a lasting and devastating effect on the lives of victims and their families. In most cases, car accidents are a result of preventable causes such as distracted driving, speeding, or driving under the influence. The other contributing factors could be poor road or weather conditions....
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Ottumwa man dies after one-car accident in Adair County|
By Anonymous An Ottumwa, Iowa, man died after a one-car accident in Adair County early Thursday morning. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, Benjamin Quintana, 35, was traveling southbound on Highway 149 just south of
Serious injuries to driver who flips car in St. Charles|
St. Charles, Missouri ()-- A motorists is hospitalized this morning after losing control of their car on Arena Parkway, south of River Road in St. Charles County. Investigators responded to a report of a car accident before 3:00 am and found the
Five injured in Gordonville three-car crash|
That's when the car driven by Hecht was struck in the passenger side by Kaufman's car, according to the crash report. Police say then Kaufman's car rotated clockwise onto Route K and struck a car driven by Jean M. Hazelwood, 41, of O'Fallon, Mo.
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FATAL CRASHES: RESERVATION FATALS Two people died and another was injured in a crash on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. SIOUX FALLS FATAL Sioux Falls police say a motorcycle driver died when his bike collided with a car at a city
Beltrami County Court Report for July 10|
At the time of his arrest, he had prior convictions for felony drug possession in 2001 in Missouri and burglary in 1992 in Illinois and was on probation for DWI in 2009 in Beltrami County. Jesse Lee Gellings, 25, of Bagley, pleaded guilty and was
Accidents involving trains transporting crude oilBy The Associated Press
Accident investigation boards in the U.S. and Canada are calling for tougher regulation of trains carrying crude oil, warning that an accident in a populated area could cause a "major loss of life," as well as significant property and environmental damage. Worries about shipping crude oil by train have been heightened by recent accidents:
Jan. 20: Seven CSX train cars, six of them containing oil from the Bakken region of North Dakota, derailed on a bridge over the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia. The bridge is near the University of Pennsylvania, a highway and three hospitals. No oil was spilled and no one was injured. The train from Chicago was more than 100 cars long.
Jan. 7: A 122-car Canadian National Railway train derailed in New Brunswick, Canada. Three cars containing propane and one car transporting crude oil from Western Canada exploded after the derailment, creating intense fires that burned for days. About 150 residents of nearby Plaster Rock were evacuated.