Four-car Accident Near Holland Tunnel Injures 2, Shuts Down Marin Boulevard

Florida Car Accident Attorneys at The Berman Law Group Wish a Safe and Happy Holidays

Pentangelo said an unidentified 32-year-old passenger in Abdurrahes car fractured his right leg. Chris Yglesias, 30, of Jersey City, was going to Hoboken to visit a friend when a green Honda with loud mufflers grazed the right side of his car and sped off towards 13th Street. My car was hit on the right side, said Ygliesias. The side-view mirror was knocked out and theres a scratch from the back panel to the front. He must have been going over 40 m.p.h. Near 13th Street on Marin Boulevard standing a few feet away from the wreckage, Gary Wilson of North Bergen was in disbelief. He and girlfriend Tara Steward were in the SUV that was struck from the rear and careened into Mecca Trucking, located at 580 Marin Blvd.
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No injuries reported after woman drives car into house in Brockton

23, 2013 REPORTS: Akron Assistant Head Coach Alan Arrington Passes Away Following Car Accident By Brown and Gold Sad news out of Akron today as the Zips’ offensive line coach has reportedly passed away due to injuries suffered from a car accident at the age of 43. While the Ohio Bobcats are participating in the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl, their MAC East brethren have received some very sad news concerning their football team. Offensive line and assistant head coach Alan Arrington has reportedly passed away from injuries sustained from a car accident, presumably today with the adverse weather outside. Apparently first reported by FootballScoop, it is rocking the football world, and really hitting home here in the MAC. Have some very sad news to pass along. Akron assistant head coach Alan Arrington has died from injuries suffered in a car accident #RIPTank FootballScoop Staff (@footballscoop) December 23, 2013 So VERY sad to hear of the passing of my friend Alan ‘Tank’ Arrington. One of the 1st guys I got to know recruiting MS JCs in 90s #RIPTank Herb Hand (@CoachHand) December 23, 2013 Very sad news: Akron OL coach and Southern gent Alan Arrington has passed away after a car accident.
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REPORTS: Akron Assistant Head Coach Alan Arrington Passes Away Following Car Accident

Not only can the weather have an impact on the driving conditions, but so can the amount of traffic on the roads. Most people on the roads are in a holiday rush and the chances of accident or injury go up significantly during the holiday season. (Photo: ) Below are some tips to help drivers this holiday season stay safe and avoid any accidents. The Berman Law Group wants everyone to enjoy the holidays and enjoy time with family and friends, and not have to go through the ordeal of an auto accident, whether it be car, truck, or motorcycle. No one wins when there is an auto accident. Drive slower than normal – Everyone is in a rush, so set yourself up for a safe ride by not being in a rush. Take your time and allow plenty of time to get their on time. Focus entirely on the road – Too many people use the roads as a chance to get caught up on phone calls or texts (which is against the law), so give your full attention to the road and you will be much safer this 2013 holiday season. Make sure your car is well equipped – Do you have the right tires on your car? If you live in the colder parts of the country, you might even need chains on your tires. Do you have enough gas to get to your destination? Make sure your tires and your car is properly serviced before you hit the road this holiday season. The holidays are a time to be enjoyed with friends and family. Make sure you get there safely and enjoy the holidays.
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Im OK. Thank God, she said. It was like a car by itself, no control. I think this car has issues, I dont know.” Brockton Police said the accident was under investigation and did not if Araujo would be facing charges immediately after crash. No one was injured when a Brockton woman drove her car into her home around 9:30 a.m. at 68 Malvern Road Tuesday. Dometilia Araujo, was driving a Lincoln Navigator when she says the car suddenly accelerated smashing the rear end of the vehicle into the single family house. The car struck the corner of the house and also a wooden fence. I was asleep when it happened, said Cassandra Muniz, 18, Araujo’s granddaughter. It was like a big boom. Araujo said the car took off on it’s own. Im OK.
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Car crash kills Akron coach Tank Arrington

Tank Arrington

We will do all that we can to help support them, our student-athletes and staff. Our thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to Carringtons wife, family, friends and colleagues for their tragic loss. (Photo credits; Akron athletics) Dec 24, 2013 7:55 AM Thoughts and prayers for Tanks family and the Akron football program. waynefontes says: Dec 24, 2013 8:25 AM Very sad to hear. Best wishes for the Arrington family in this time of tragedy. meatcarroll says: Dec 24, 2013 8:27 AM Wow, that is absolutely horrible. :-/ dhardy8207 says: Dec 24, 2013 8:54 AM Terribly sad anytime but particularly this time of year. My thoughts and prayers go out to family as well as the players and university God Bless. florida727 says: Dec 24, 2013 10:52 AM The details behind the accident are irrelevant. The university lost a great coach.
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Aberdeenshire man, 83, dies from crash injuries

Peter Wales, 83, was driving one of the vehicles which collided on the A97 Huntly to Alford road in Aberdeenshire. Mr Wales, who was from Rhynie, was being treated at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. The driver of the other vehicle in the crash, a 31-year-old woman, was not seriously hurt. A report is being submitted to the Procurator Fiscal. More on This Story 12 DECEMBER 2013, NE SCOTLAND, ORKNEY & SHETLAND Related Internet links
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