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August 2014 Archives

Nebraska man pleads guilty to charges from fatal accident

Car accidents that injure or kill a child can be tragic enough, but if the accident is caused by a reason that could have been easily prevented, the incident can be even more disheartening. Negligence is never a reasonable excuse for an accident, especially if the driver is driving in an outright reckless manner. One man in Nebraska recently pleaded guilty for his involvement in a fatal accident that killed a small child.

Nebraska officials take action after third car accident

Car accidents have become commonplace in modern society, though the majority of these accidents are minor enough that no one involved is injured. When accidents are serious enough to injure those involved, special actions are sometimes taken to help prevent future accidents, especially if the injured victims were children. Fortunately, officials of a Nebraska school system are taking action after several children were injured in a car accident.

Car accident in Nebraska injures 6

Distracted driving is rampant in the United States and can often be linked to many of the various accidents that happen daily on the roads that wind throughout the country. This is never an excusable cause for an accident, especially if victims are injured in the collision. However, many times when distracted driving is the main cause for an accident, those involved can be seriously injured in the process. Unfortunately, one car accident in Nebraska recently injured six people.

Semi truck accident deaths plague Nebraska and elsewhere

Fatal accidents involving trucks occur every day in the United States, an average of 11 per day nationwide. That means that 11 times every day families are torn apart by the tragic event of losing a loved one, including one Iowa family that recently felt the pain caused by such an accident. This particular family lost two little boys, but with a total of 4,000 fatalities every year, many families feel this same pain. However, semi truck accident deaths may not be getting the publicity that they may need, especially in Nebraska.