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Big Rig Leaves Roadway And Strikes Tree

Posted: January 22nd, 2020 | Categories: In The News

No matter what you are driving, using the proper equipment to ensure safety is essential, especially in the case of an accident. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an estimated 14,955 lives are saved each year just by using a seatbelt.  Related: Woman Strikes Culvert After Driving Into DitchA crash that happened […]

Head-On Collision At Westpark and Hillcroft Avenue

Posted: January 15th, 2020 | Categories: In The News

When wrong-way crashes happen, it could be due to any of a number of factors.  The number of wrong-way accidents across the country has steadily increased in recent years. Whether it is due to driver inexperience, confusion or driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, such accidents can be tragic. That may have been […]

Police Search For Vehicle Repair Scammers

Posted: January 8th, 2020 | Categories: In The News

The Houston Police Department is searching for at least six individuals who are part of a scam that targets and takes advantage of motorists in the metropolitan area. Related: Police Crashes Into Vehicle With Sirens BlaringAccording to a report appearing on the website for station KHOU in Houston,  the six a part of what authorities […]

Officer Shot And Killed While Performing Traffic Stop

Posted: January 1st, 2020 | Categories: In The News

A Panola County Sheriff’s Deputy has died after being shot multiple times during a traffic stop on Tuesday, December 31st. Related: Failure to Stop Puts Two in HospitalThe Houston Chronicle reports that 28-year-old Deputy Chris Dickerson was making a traffic stop at approximately 1:57 a.m. in East Texas, near the border when the suspect, 47-year-old […]

NHTSA Launches Investigation Into Automakers Over Takata Airbag Recall Delays

Posted: December 25th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched an investigation into four automakers and their use of Takata airbags in the vehicles they manufacture but have yet to recall. Related: Contact UsThe Houston Chronicle reports that the federal agency is investigating automakers Audi, Toyota, Honda and Mitsubishi into the use of the dangerous airbags […]

Pedestrian On I-45 Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver

Posted: December 18th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

Along our interstates and freeways, traffic tends to move at a high rate of speed. Walking on these busy roadways is dangerous to both pedestrians and motorists.   Related: Drunk Driver Crashes into K9 UnitRecently, a man who had been walking along the northbound lanes of Interstate 45 was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver […]

Testing Shows Bus Driver Was Not DUI In Crash

Posted: December 11th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

A school bus driver in Oregon who was arrested on suspicion of driving a school bus while under the influence of alcohol will not be prosecuted. Related: Three Vehicle Crash Ends in FatalityThe Houston Chronicle reports that the Washington County District Attorney’s Office made the announcement on Wednesday, December 4th.  Jonathan Gates, 20, who was […]

Mother Dies After Drunk Driver Runs Red Light, Daughter Injured

Posted: December 4th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

A Las Vegas woman was killed on Thanksgiving morning in a suspected DUI crash while they were out getting coffee at an area Starbucks restaurant. Related: Toddler Injured at Day CareBoth the Houston Chronicle and the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that approximately 8:45  a.m. on Thursday, Monique Prado, 32, a single mother of three, and […]

Holiday Rush Hour To Be Busier Than Ever

Posted: November 28th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)  officials are estimating that this holiday season is likely to be busier than most other previous seasons on record.  Related: Intoxication Manslaughter Charge in Holiday AccidentKHOU in Houston reports that the TxDOT believes that holiday traffic over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend is likely to increase by some 400 percent for […]

Road Rage Shooting On Halloween Knight Kills Young Adult Weeks Later

Posted: November 20th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

A suspect is still at large after a road rage and shooting incident that took place on Halloween night and resulted in the death of 18-year old Harrison Schmidt.   ABC 13 in Houston released the sad update of Schmidt’s passing on Tuesday, November 19th, after his mother, Angelica Halphen told reporter, Erica Simon that her […]

Driver Crashes Running Red Light At 80MPH, Kills One, Injured Two

Posted: November 13th, 2019 | Categories: In The News

A two-vehicle crash involving a driver that ran a red light going at 80 miles per hour has left a Stephen F. Austin University student dead and her brother in serious condition. Related: Toddler Injured at Day CareEast Texas Matters reported on its website that 21-year-old Ashlyn Rhodes and her brother, 18-year-old Kannin Williams were […]

Car Crash Victim Shares Success Story One Year Later

Posted: November 6th, 2019 | Categories: Blog

Just over a year ago, Jaclyn Pellicotte was riding in a jeep that was T-boned and crushed.  The accident left her with a severe brain injury that left her fighting for her life. As Celina Quintana of KTSM in Houston reports, the crash was so violent that it wasn’t clear if Jaclyn would ever recover. […]

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