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October 2012 Archives

Wisconsin car accident causes life threatening injuries to 3

The Wisconsin State Patrol was called to a recent rollover accident on County Highway CC in Sawyer County. Three people were seriously injured in the single car accident that happened near the township of Radisson. Police believe that speed was a factor in the crash.

Auto accident kills Wisconsin man

An unidentified Wisconsin man was killed at the 4500 block of West Loomis Road in Greenfield. The identity of the 54-year-old man was not released pending notification of his death to his family. The Greenfield Police have indicated that the pedestrian victim of this auto accident is from South Milwaukee.

New self-driving cars bring up liability issues

According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, the state witnessed 112,516 crashes this year, resulting in 565 deaths and over 40,000 injuries. Of those accidents, nearly 1,200 were pedestrian related which led to 57 deaths and over 1,100 injuries.

Wisconsin car accident: Motorcycle rider dies in crash with SUV

A motorcyclist and his passenger were taken to the hospital after the motorcycle they were riding was struck by an SUV. The motorcycle vs. car accident happened on Highway 63 outside Ellsworth, Wisconsin. Even though the biker was airlifted to a hospital to receive medical care, his injuries were too severe, and he died later the same day.

Are police officers exempt from wearing their seat belts?

The question we pose to our blog readers this week is this: are police officers exempt from wearing their seat belts? For a majority of the people in Wisconsin, the answer to this question is unequivocally no. Everyone is required to wear a seat belt while operating a motor vehicle and police should be no exception to this rule. After all, aren't they supposed to be the role models of good behavior that we are supposed to emulate?

Car accident leads to fatal injuries in Wisconsin

Drivers in Wisconsin know that when they should driver differently in inclement weather than when the sun is shining. There are several weather and natural phenomena that can reduce visibility on the roads and make it more difficult to drive. The possibility of having a car accident when visibility is reduced becomes greater.

VA initiatives could help reduce car accidents for returning soldiers

A 24-year-old army veteran from El Paso sped along a winding road in his 2006 Honda Civic when he lost control of his vehicle, struck a wall and rolled over. A few months earlier, another returning soldier lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into a person's home.

Alcohol may be a factor in deadly Wisconsin car accident

Most Wisconsin drivers know that they shouldn't drink and drive. However, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of drivers each year that get behind the wheel of a car after they have been drinking without regard for the fact that by doing so, they are putting everyone on the road at risk. The odds of a driver being involved in a car accident increase dramatically if that driver is drunk.

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