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Two people injured in Indiana auto accident

by fst | August 21st, 2008

August 21, 2008

Two men were injured after an Indiana auto accident according to The Republic.

A tractor-trailer hit a car driving down an interstate in the Indiana auto accident.

The tractor-trailer was carrying a load of steel when it crashed into the back of the car in the Indiana auto accident.

The driver of the car sustained minor Indiana auto accident injuries and was taken to a local hospital.

The driver of the tractor-trailer was taken out of his cab by firefighters and was flown to a local hospital after receiving serious injuries in the Indiana car accident .

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Police Chief awarded $2.1 million for Urbana-Champaign brain injury

by fst | July 31st, 2008

July 31, 2008

According to The Herald-Review, an Illinois Police Chief was awarded $2.1 million in damages for his Urbana-Champaign brain injury, which he incurred while setting up for a police training exercise.

The Urbana-Champaign brain injury occurred when the Police Chief fell from the second floor of a building where a stairwell had been previously removed. The Police Chief reported in his Urbana-Champaign brain injury lawsuit that no signs or barricades warning of the staircase removal were present on the day of his accident.

Along with suffering from an Illinois brain injury, the Police Chief also suffered an inner ear injury, fractures to three vertebrae, a torn rotator cuff, a torn bicep, and a broken left clavicle.

The Police Chief has gone through extensive rehabilitation, but as a result of his Urbana-Champaign brain injury and his other injuries, the victim still has back pains, ringing in his ear, and an impairment of taste.

Four injured in Fort Wayne truck accident

by fst | July 24th, 2008

July 24, 2008

According to The Journal Gazette, four people were sent to the hospital after being involved in a Fort Wayne truck accident.

Of the four people injured in the Fort Wayne truck accident, one was in critical condition.

The Fort Wayne truck accident occurred when a tractor trailer drove off the road, hitting two telephone poles and a mailbox. The truck then reentered the road, hit a car, tipped over, and then pinned another vehicle.

Police reported that alcohol was a factor in the Indiana truck accident. The driver of the tractor trailer involved in the Fort Wayne truck accident had a blood-alcohol level of 0.22.

Bicyclist suffers South Bend brain injury from accident

by fst | July 22nd, 2008

July 22, 2008

A bicyclist that was injured in a hit-and-run accident remains in critical condition with a South Bend brain injury.

According to The South Bend Tribune, the man suffered the South Bend brain injury after a vehicle struck him in an intersection while he was on his way to the YMCA.

Initially, the man who suffered the South Bend brain injury was taken to the hospital for non life-threatening injuries. However, over time his condition has worsened, and the man has undergone surgery to relieve pressure on his brain.

The wife of the injured man said she believes her husband’s South Bend brain injury would have been worse had he not been wearing a helmet at the time of his accident.

The driver of the vehicle that hit the bicyclist has been taken into custody and will face a hearing for the Indiana auto accident.

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Two men killed in Dayton auto accident

by fst | July 10th, 2008

July 10, 2008

According to The Dayton Daily News, two men were killed in an Ohio auto accident when a delivery truck ran a red light.

The Dayton auto accident occurred when the two men drove their van into an intersection on a green light, and a delivery truck coming from another direction, ignored its red light and struck the van.

The impact of the Dayton auto accident knocked the windshield out of the van and pushed the van five car lengths down the road, according to eyewitnesses.

The driver of the delivery truck in the Dayton auto accident was not injured.

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Excessive speed a factor in fatal Cincinnati auto accident

by fst | January 29th, 2008

January 29, 2008

The Enquirer reported that a man was pronounced dead at the scene of a Cincinnati auto accident Monday morning. Police said excessive speed was a factor in the car accident.

The interstate was shut down for several hours after the Ohio car accident victim’s car went airborne then crashed into an embankment, coming to rest upside down.

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