Crews Respond To 2-Car Accident In Clementon
She suffered minor injuries and her car was the only one involved. (Brad Graverson Staff Photographer) By From staff reports 12/23/13, 7:19 PM PST | TORRANCE>> A woman motorist escaped serious injuries Monday when she lost control of her car and crashed into an electronic control box. The woman struck the box on Crenshaw Boulevard south of 190th Street about 9:35 a.m. Her car overturned and landed on its roof, but she suffered only minor injuries. She was taken to a hospital for treatment. The cause of the crash was under investigation. The box at the side of the roadway controls the electronic arms that close to block the route to traffic during emergencies at the ExxonMobile refinery. Repair crews worked to fix the box.
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Three-car accident only causes minor injuries
(CBS)Crews are on the scene of a two-car accident on the White Horse Pike in Clementon. The accident happened around 8:45 p.m. Monday night. Three people needed to be transported to a local hospital to be treated for their injuries. It is unclear at this time if any of the injuries are serious. Stay with CBSPhilly.com for the latest on this developing story
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16. According to the Michigan State Police accident report, a 50-year-old West Branch man driving a Chevrolet Blazer was southbound on M-33 waiting to turn left onto Finerty Road when he and another vehicle were passed by a Buick LeSabre driven by a 26-year-old Herron man. Reportedly, the LeSabre collided head-on with a northbound Chevy pickup driven by a 34-year-old West Branch man, and both vehicles collided with the Blazer. According to the report, two of the drivers sustained minor injuries and all three refused transport to the hospital. The Herron man was cited for careless driving.
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San Bernardino car crash leaves unborn child, 2 adults dead and 3 injured
Firefighters found the third man who was ejected. He was immediately rescued and transported to the hospital with multiple fractures to his spine. He was identified as a 23-year-old man from San Bernardino. A female and a pregnant woman, both 19, were trapped inside the car. The pregnant woman was airlifted to the hospital, but suffered extensive injuries including the loss of her unborn child. The other female did not suffer any substantial injuries. “It sounded like something was scraping at the back door, and it went on for a little while, uh, so I got up and walked around the house,” said neighbor Brian Bouskill. “I looked outside and I didn’t see anything because I didn’t look up the hill. When I went back to bed, my wife woke up and she looked outside and saw the car on the side of the hill.” The San Bernardino Police Department is investigating the accident. Neighbors say they heard cars racing and wonder if that could have been a factor in the crash. Investigators say there was evidence at the scene that indicates most of the occupants in the car were under the influence of alcohol at the time. Anyone with information regarding the incident was urged to contact San Bernardino police Officer E.
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Akron Assistant Head Coach Alan Arrington Passes Away Following Car Accident
Monday, Dec. 23, 2013 Akron Assistant Head Coach Alan Arrington Passes Away Following Car Accident By Brown and Gold SBnation.com Sad news out of Akron today as the Zips’ offensive line coach passed away Monday, Dec. 23 due to injuries suffered from a car accident at the age of 44. 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. He was 43. Thoughts and prayers to Zips
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Driver flees after crash kills, injuries passengers along Southwest Freeway
Police said they arrived and found a Ford pickup wrapped around a utility pole. Its believed the truck was involved in a wreck in the 7500 block of Bellaire Boulevard, and the driver was attempting to speed away when he slammed into the pole. The driver ran away on foot while one passenger died at the scene, police said. Another passenger was sent to the hospital with unknown injuries. Word spread quickly in a Rosenberg trailer park, where the suspect lives. I heard there was an accident last night.
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