About 6:49am on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, two vehicles collided on the 7700 block of Farm to Market Road 2244, west of Loop 360 and Austin, TX
Shortly after 1:30 a.m. this morning, Wednesday, March 18, 2020, Sheriff’s Deputy Kenterrous Taylor, aged 27, was thrown from his cruiser in a crash near the intersection of Forsyth Road and Napier Avenue, Macon, GA.
Trooper Clark died instantly on January 19, 1936 when his open touring car went off Route 27 near the village of Montauk and overturned.
Three teenagers, including twin brothers, were killed in a Christmas night crash in Hyundai that was heading south on the rural Foothill Road, near Pleasanton, on the East Bay. All three of the deceased were students at Dublin High School.
A crash at 2:30am on New Year’s Day, 2020, left three early-20s people dead and a fourth in hospital. The incident happened in Elmore County, about five miles east of Wetumpka, on Rifle Range Road near Peace Church Road.
According to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency [ALEA], a 1997 Lexus ES300 that was being driven by Ladarious Antonio Griffin, 25, of Montgomery, left the road, struck a tree, and overturned.
Continue reading “Three Young People Killed in Alabama’s Second Triple Fatality Crash of the Holidays”
6:45pm, Saturday, December 21, 2019
Deputy Sheriff Brian Pfluger was killed as a result of a vehicle crash at the intersection of SH 150 and Hill Lane, Coldspring, Texas.
3:00am, Saturday, December 21, 2019
Pierce County Sheriff’s Department this morning announced in a tweet: “In great sadness we report that Deputy Cooper Dyson was killed in a collision while on duty, as he rushed to aide [sic] fellow deputies who were being assaulted by a domestic violence suspect.”
Rudi M. Haskins
34 years of age, of Laramie, WY
According to Wyoming Highway Patrol, around 7:51 p.m. on Sunday, October 20, 2019, a fatal crash occurred near milepost 305 on Interstate 80 west of Laramie…
Alexis “Lexi” Faye (17) NJ
Around 5:30pm on Saturday, May 11, 2019, a teen driver crashed a Mercedes sedan at 118 mph in a 40 mph limit at Greendale Road, Fredon, NJ, resulting in the death of his friend Alexis “Lexi” Faye.
The driver has now been sentenced to three years in a state youth detention facility after pleading guilty to death by auto and violating a public safety law resulting in serious bodily injury.
RS-USA Comment: Beyond the unspeakable tragedy of this incident, it is high-time the media — such as Fox News this time — became responsible enough to report such events as crashes, not accidents. The driver on this occasion most certainly cannot claim that his alleged speed of 118 mph in a 40 mph limit is somehow “accidental,” or that the fact he then lost control of the vehicle, which ran off the road and rolled over, is somehow “accidental.”
Katie Berg (16), Caitlin Scannell (17) and Sabrina Stahl (15)
These young people were killed in a crash caused by excessive speed, on Beechnut Drive, Campbellsport, Wisconsin, on February 4, 2012. They were three of the nine girls in a Chevrolet Tahoe which went slightly airborne on a hill crest then slewed off the road, through a ditch, and rolled over repeatedly.
They were, in the words of one of the survivors, just “having fun” going fast.
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