Dolly Parton Sustains Minor Injuries In Car Accident

Multiple Injuries In Glen Burnie Car Crash

Please report any content that violates the terms. Dolly Parton sustains minor injuries in car accident Haley Blum, USA TODAY 6:03 p.m. EDT October 21, 2013 But she’s OK! “Just a little tired and sore,” she tweeted. Dolly Parton speaks at a news conference in Nashville in January 2012 to announce plans for a water-snow park. Parton was treated and released at a Nashville hospital Monday, Oct. 21, 2013, after a car she was riding in was involved in an accident. (Photo: Mark Humphrey, AP) SHARE 385 CONNECT 32 TWEET 8 COMMENTEMAILMORE Country superstar Dolly Parton sustained minor injuries in a “fender bender” Monday in Nashville, the Associated Press reports. But after a brief hospital visit, Parton tweeted that she’s “all good… Just a little tired and sore. Resting at home now!” Fans have tweeted back words of support for Parton.
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One-third of the nontraffic crash injuries involved pedestrians and cyclists. Accidentally backing over someone accounted for 14% of injuries; children, difficult to see in blind spots, are often the victims. Nearly 50% of children injured in back-over incidents are between the ages of 1 and 4, according to research from Doernbecher Childrens Hospital in Portland, Ore. Forty-seven percent of those accidents happen at home, while another 40% happen in driveways or parking lots. If you liked this story, read: Ten Deadly Mistakes Of Winter Driving Matthew Gareths, a spokesman for the Childrens Safety Center at Doernbecher, says auto-related injuries are among the most common seen at the hospital. Many of them, like hyperthermia (37 deaths per year, most of them children) and back-overs (221 fatalities per year), could be prevented by forming safe daily rituals, he says. Its mostly breaks in routine that cause unsafe situations, Gareths says. Because Americans tend to be stretched very thin, it can be easy to forget your child. The good news, however, is that most auto-related injuries are preventable. Maintaining auto parts, using common sense and staying focused in the driveway or parking lot go a long way.
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Deetjen avoids injury in Palos Park accident


The car was not obstructing the roadway. He didnt think it required any intervention from us and knew (Oak Lawn) public works would respond, Miller said. He said Deetjen called him about 11 p.m., about two hours after the accident, to report it, and no further investigation is planned. We have no indication at all there was any alcohol (involved), Miller said. In an email reply Monday evening to a reporters questions regarding the incident, Deetjen called it a non-issue. I miscalculated a turn on Southwest Highway and got stuck in a snow/ice-covered shoulder. I attempted to rock the car out to no avail and only slipped into a storm drainage swale area. (There was) zero damage to car; no other vehicles nor injuries involved, Deetjen wrote. Because I was working and our night maintenance crew were still on duty, they were called to pull the vehicle out and bring it back to Village Hall. That has happened before when the vehicle has broken down. Oak Lawn Trustee Bob Streit (3rd) arrived at the Palos Park police station about 9:15 p.m. Saturday, seeking copies of the accident report, police said. Streit told police that he had been called by several Oak Lawn emergency dispatchers and was seeking justice and to make sure the report did not disappear. The village board recently outsourced the jobs of 20 dispatchers to a private company at Deetjens recommendation. Show / Hide Comments 2013 Sun-Times Media, LLC.
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Cohasset train versus car accident: no injuries

Greenbush was shut down. Train was eventually moved back to the station. Passengers waited one hour. Car traveling from Cohasset toward Hingham around 6:40 p.m. got trapped between the gates at the North Main Street crossing. No injuries.
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Most Common Car-Related Injuries

“Every indication is the Morgan County deputy failed to yield the right of way in running a stop sign,” Simmons said. “He will likely be cited with failure to yield, but that would be a prosecutor’s call.” The deputy did not have his overhead lights activated upon entering the intersection where the crash occurred, Simmons said. Morgan County Sheriff Blaine Breshears confirmed the 9 p.m. traffic accident involved a patrol car and another vehicle at 100 S. State St. in Morgan. He said he did not have full details since, per policy, an outside agency was investigating the crash, in this case the UHP. Breshears and Simmons both declined to identify the deputy. Simmons said a vehicle driven by a group of four teenage girls was northbound on State when they broadsided the deputy’s patrol car, which was eastbound on 100 South. The young women, cheerleaders, were headed for a Christmas function, he said. but it wasn’t clear where they were from. Both vehicles had to be towed. One of the girls was taken by ambulance to McKay-Dee Hospital where she was treated for a head laceration and released, Simmons said. “I guess we’re pretty fortunate we didn’t have serious injury or loss of life,” he said.
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Two-car crash injures teenage girl and Morgan deputy

Monday. Police say Justin Lanning, of Odenton, was traveling eastbound in a Chrysler Sebring on Stewart Ave approaching the intersection of Old Stage Rd when he struck a Nissan Xterra. The driver of the Nissan, Audrey Foster, is listed in stable condition at an area hospital. A passenger in the vehicle is in critical condition. According to police officials, excessive speed and alcohol appear to be a factor in the crash. Lanning is listed in critical condition. Multiple Injuries In Glen Burnie Car Crash Related Stories Tuesday, November 19 2013, 07:25 AM Business News Budget bill moves toward final passage in Senate WASHINGTON (AP) — A bipartisan budget bill that would ease some painful budget cuts that would otherwise slam the Pentagon and domestic agencies has passed a pivotal test in the Senate. Consumer Info Eds: APNewsNow. SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Toyota will seek to settle hundreds of lawsuits involving alleged unintended acceleration problems in its vehicles, according to a U.S. District Court filing in California A motion filed Thursday by Toyota and plaintiffs asks for an order to establish an “intensive settlement process” in personal injury, wrongful death and property damage cases. … Science/Tech News IN THE NEWS: FEDERAL JUDGE DECLARES NSA’S SPYING VIOLATES CONSTITUTION WASHINGTON (AP) — When you heard about the NSA’s bulk collection of millions of Americans’ telephone records, it sounded wrong.
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