Archive for January, 2011

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27
Jan

Ad seeks to prevent Evansville auto accidents caused by distracted driving

January 27, 2011

Until recent years, DUIs have been the focus of preventable auto accidents. However, with the increased use of cell phones, their ability to distract drivers has drawn much attention.

One trauma surgeon is seeking to lower the number of Evansville auto accidents that occur from distracted driving, including driving while texting or using a cell phone, according to WFIE.

The doctor started an anti-distracted driving campaign to inspire others to stop driving while using a cell phone to reduce Evansville auto accidents.

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20
Jan

Evansville auto accident injures 4

January 20, 2011

Entrance and exit ramps are the site of many auto accidents because they are the sites of cars merging from one road to another. If drivers are not aware, Evansville auto accidents can easily occur.

Unfortunately, four people were injured in just that kind of Evansville auto accident, according to the Evansville Courier & Press.

The Evansville auto accident occurred when one vehicle was merging from Interstate 164 onto Green River Road and the driver’s truck collided with another vehicle going north.

The driver, a 36-year-old female, was injured in the Evansville auto accident, along with the other driver and a passenger in each vehicle. Their Evansville auto accident injuries are non-life-threatening.

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13
Jan

Evansville DUI accident sends driver to hospital

January 13, 2011

The Evansville Courier & Press reported that an Evansville drunk driving accident has left one intoxicated driver in the hospital, but fortunately no other moving vehicles were involved in the crash.

The Evansville DUI accident occurred at Pollack Avenue and Hicks Road when an intoxicated driver of a Jeep Rangler ran over a stop sign, struck a fire hydrant, and crashed into a parked vehicle.

Fortunately, no one else was injured in the early-morning Evansville drunk driving accident.

Further details on the Evansville drunk driving accident, including the driver’s identity, have not been released.

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6
Jan

Evansville drunk driving accident leaves man with broken arm

January 6, 2011

Typically, we hear about drunk driving accidents involving vehicles. However, one Evansville drunk driving accident involved an intoxicated driver on a motorcycle.

According to WFIE, a drunk driver who was riding a motorcycle was involved in an Evansville drunk driving accident that caused him to break his arm. He then fled the scene of the Evansville drunk driving accident, which was at Pfeiffer and Evans streets .

The man was hospitalized for his broken arm and will require surgery to treat his Evansville drunk driving accident injuries. He faces charges of a DUI and paraphernalia possession when he is released from the hospital.

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