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Archive for June, 2010

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Jun

EPD officer witnesses Evansville auto accident

June 24, 2010

One driver involved in an Evansville auto accident had help on the scene of the crash earlier than most. An Evansville police officer witnessed her Evansville auto accident.

The Evansville auto accident occurred on the Interstate 164 ramp off Highway 41 when the driver of a Jeep lost control of her vehicle, causing her to strike a guardrail, crash into a ditch, overturn the Jeep, and hit a light pole, according to WTVW.

As a result of the Evansville auto accident, the light pole fell on the woman’s vehicle. She had to be taken to a local hospital for treatment of Evansville auto accident injuries.

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Jun

Henderson truck accident injures two

June 17, 2010

The hazards of the road are something drivers deal with every day, but perhaps those most at risk are the ones working to keep our roads safe. Road construction workers are in danger simply by occupying their work environment.

Unfortunately, two workers realized that danger when they were injured in a Henderson truck accident.

According to The Gleaner, two construction workers were injured when a vehicle lost control on the Audubon and struck the parked truck in which they were sitting, causing the Henderson truck accident.

A 48-year-old man fell asleep behind the wheel of a commercial box truck and struck the truck in which the construction workers were sitting. That truck then struck another truck owned by the same construction company, whose workers had been replacing a guardrail when the Henderson truck accident occurred.

Two of the workers, a 25-year-old man and a 55-year-old man, were injured as a result of the Henderson truck accident.

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Jun

Henderson auto accident kills one

June 10, 2010

Despite the fact that not wearing a seatbelt is now a matter for law enforcement to handle, many people still do not wear their seat belts. Unfortunately, not wearing a seat belt can lead to serious auto accident injuries or even death.

That’s what happened in a Henderson auto accident, according to The Gleaner.

The Henderson auto accident occurred near Riverside Downs on Old Henderson-Evansville Road. A 42-year-old man lost control of his vehicle, causing the Henderson auto accident.

The driver was not wearing a seatbelt at the time and died as a result of the Henderson auto accident. A 21-year-old passenger in the vehicle was wearing his seatbelt and suffered minor injuries.

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Jun

Indiana worker dies in accident, could lead to Indiana worker’s compensation

June 3, 2010

Construction work is dangerous, given the height, tools, and other aspects involved. Unfortunately a painter experienced that danger firsthand when he fell to his death while painting at the construction site of a power plant, according to the Princeton Daily Clarion.

The man who was painting a tank at the Indiana construction site fell 40 feet when the scaffolding collapsed, causing him to suffer head and chest injuries as a result of the Indiana workplace injury, which could lead to an Indiana worker’s compensation case.

The victim in the Indiana workplace injury which could lead to an Indiana worker’s compensation case was 52 years old.

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