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Serial Drunk Driver on Trial for Deadly Crash…  

Serial Drunk Driver on Trial for Deadly CrashOn September 30, 2018, 25-year-old Angela Wimmer stopped at a stoplight at the intersection of West Colfax Avenue and Kipling Street on her way home from church. Suddenly, she was hit from behind by a suspected drunk driver. The collision pushed her car into oncoming traffic, where she was hit by three other vehicles. Medical teams rushed the young woman to the hospital, but she later died from her injuries. Now, Todd Grudznske, the serial drunk driver on trial for the deadly crash.  (more…)

U.S. Regulators Alarmed by Outbreak of Fatal Accid…  

Driving the car around town by night | Fatal Accidents Caused by Drugs Over the last decade, the incidence of traffic fatalities in which at least one driver tested positive for drugs has almost doubled. With the number of U.S. traffic fatalities on the rise in general, federal data shows the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) has also detected a steady succession of drivers who are testing positive for illicit drugs and prescription medications. (more…)

Heightened Alcohol Restrictions for all Help Preve…  

cop holding a breathalyzer | Alcohol Restrictions for all Help Prevent Underage DUI AccidentsTeen drivers are at an increased risk for getting into a car accident, simply because they are novice drivers. When you add alcohol into the mix – the results can be deadly. Approximately 2000 underage drinkers die each year behind the wheel and drunk driving is responsible for a third of all teenage auto fatalities. These statistics are surprising and a bit sobering for parents of young drivers. Yet, there may be a bit of hope. A new study has determined that fewer teen deaths result when a state’s overall alcohol restrictions are tighter. This is encouraging news when you consider that motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death for U.S. teenagers, and that alcohol is a contributing factor in one-quarter of those crashes. (more…)
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