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Monthly Archives: July 2019

The Safest Place in a Car Accident Isn’t the Bac…  

lady putting her baby at the back seat | safest seat in a car accidentFor years, safety experts have been touting the benefits of sitting in the back seat. After all, it was supposed to be the safest place to be in a crash. However, that may not be the case anymore. Here's what you need to know about the safest seat in a car accident. (more…)

Westminster Woman, Eva Marie Goddard Brown, in Fat…  

man texting while driving | Eva Marie Goddard Brown in Fatal Distracted Driving AccidentWestminster woman, Eva Marie Goddard Brown, was struck by a 16-year old driver at a bus stop on Thursday July 11th. The accident occurred right before 6 a.m. in the 7000 block of Sheridan Boulevard.Tragically, the 62-year old woman did not survive. Another man was seriously injured in the crash, and taken to the hospital. (more…)

Teenager Seriously Injured in Arvada Hit and Run A…  

Hit and run crashes in the Denver area are on the rise. In fact, over the last six years, hit and run accidents have increased by nearly 70% in Denver and surrounding areas. One of those areas is Arvada, Colorado.In June 2019, a black sedan driver hit a young 14-year-old boy at the intersection of 64th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard in Arvada. The young boy was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. According to recent reports, investigators had not officially determined who had the right-of-way at the time of the accident. However, preliminary investigations showed that the boy was using the crosswalk at the time of the crash. Here's the story of a teenager seriously injured in Arvada hit and run accident.  (more…)

Light Rain Increases Risk of Traffic Fatalities…  

 driving on the highway while raining | Light Rain Increases Risk of Traffic FatalitiesDid you know that precipitation events (such as rain) cause more fatal accidents in the United States than any other factor? Its the leading cause of accidental death in the United States and more than 33,000 each year are killed due to motor vehicle accidents that occur in the rain. In comparison, drunk driving is only responsible for 10,500 fatalities a year.  (more…)
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