Victim Id’ed In Deadly Car Crash Off Arizona Cliff

KCK man killed in car accident in De Soto

(AP) — A University of Oklahoma student from China who was killed after his car went off an Arizona highway and tumbled down a 200-foot cliff has been identified. Catherine Bishop, a university spokeswoman, said Thursday that 22-year-old Dian Zou was a graduate student studying microbiology. Bishop says Zou enrolled at the university last fall and was scheduled to take on more coursework this spring. According to Bishop, a male passenger who survived the accident was not affiliated with the school. Authorities say both men were on a late-night drive to gaze at stars when the BMW sedan Zou was driving apparently went too fast to make a curve on State Route 88. Two friends in another vehicle called 911. Authorities say the narrow highway can be treacherous to drive. 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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Mother of Twin Girls Acts as Human Speed Bump to Save Children from Car Accident

Eyewitnesses said a mother leaving the daycare in a Hyundai didn’t see an oncoming white Honda on Roberson Mill Road. Both cars showed front bumper damage, while the Honda had both airbags deployed. Based on visual observations, neither driver sustained any major injuries. The female Honda driver did complain of chest pains after the collision. EMS personnel on site checked out all involved parties including a small child. Milledgeville Police and Fire Department responders responded quickly to control traffic flow. A man with an Atlanta address was arrested Wednesday by the Milledgeville Police Department and charged with four counts of burglary. March 20, 2014 1 Photo Shortly after 8 a.m.
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The 22-year-old threw herself in front of a rolling car to slow down the vehicle containing her twin girls. Tran told Boston station WCVB that she backed her Honda into the garage of her apartment building and put the vehicle in park. But when the mother left the vehicle to get her children from the back, the car began to move down the driveway toward the busy street below. “I was like, ‘What is going on?’ And I see my daughter sitting there in the back seat and of course my first instinct is, ‘I have to push the car back into the driveway,'” Tran recounted to WCVB. With her maternal instincts kicking in, Tran dove under the car to slow its decline. Neighbors soon realized what was happening, rushed over and jumped inside the car to bring it to a complete stop. Firefighters arrived soon after and lifted the car off Tran. The mother’s brave move resulted in a crushed left knee and dislocated right leg, but she says the long road to recovery is worth it because her children are unharmed. “My daughters are my everything, my everything, and I don’t want to see them in the hospital, and I knew at that time it was either mine or theirs,” Tran said.
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Gunman opens fire on sedan in Brooklyn, causes car to flip in street

KITV4’s Kenny Choi is standing by live with the latest. Kenny what can you tell us? An update now to a story we brought you as breaking news A wild smash-up involving military police on Kamehameha highway in Salt Lake caused a traffic tangle Wednesday evening. Related Click here to watch Kenny Choi’s report . Police re-opened the westbound lanes of Kamehameha Highway shortly after 6:15 p.m. Officers were clearing the roadway of debris from a car crash. Officers say a military police car was heading westbound on Kamehameha Highway around 4:40 p.m. when it struck a civilian car at a Radford Drive intersection near the Makalapa gate.
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Morning car accident near daycare

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By Thomas Tracy / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, March 20, 2014, 5:29 AM Comment Julia Xanthos/New York Daily News The Nissan Maxima flipped onto its side after the driver sped away escape a gunman and collided with a car being driven by an off-duty police officer near Flatbush Ave. and Ave. I in Flatland. A gunman opened fire Wednesday on a sedan in Brooklyn sparking a massive car accident involving a cop, police sources said. The unidentified gunman let loose two rounds at a Nissan Maxima near Flatbush Ave. and Ave. I in Flatlands just before 3:30 p.m., the sources said. Julia Xanthos/New York Daily News The Nissan driver and the cop escaped the accident uninjured. Panicking, the driver sped off, only to strike a car driven by an off-duty police officer. The Nissan then flipped onto its side.
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Woman dies in car accident at Ambaulim

The victim, Heera V Gaonkar, 46, from Kirlapal-Dabal sustained grievous injuries after her husband Vitoba Gaonkar lost control of the vehicle while returning from Canacona with their two daughters. The cattle suddenly came onto the Cuncolim-Quepem main road from the Ambaulim paddy fields, Quepem police stated. Heera was sitting on the front seat. Her husband and her two daughters received minor injuries. Heera succumbed to her injuries before her arrival at the Goa medical college and hospital, Bambolim, with the 108 ambulance service. The driver tried to save the cattle and hit the mango tree. Quepem police registered the case as a fatal accident. ASI Rane is investigating the case under the supervision of PI Ram Asare. Hordes of stray cattle can be seen in broad daylight at Quepem town, and the surrounding municipal area. Quepem municipal council (QMC) has constructed a stray cattle pound near Quepem cemetery as per the directives of the high court. Every night, all the stray cattle gather at the main Quepem junction, near Quepem church, Tilamol junction and near Don Bosco high school but no cattle can be seen in the cattle pound.
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Military police car crash leads to Kamehameha Highway lane closures

Military police crash

—– Two men were killed in a car accident in De Soto, Kansas early Thursday morning. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, two men were killed after a pick-up truck crossed the median on Kansas Highway 10 and struck a car heading on eastbound K-10. The accident happened near Kill Creek Road just after 3 a.m. A 45-year-old man was driving the pick-up truck. He was originally from Kansas City, Mo. A Kansas City, Kan., resident driving the car was also killed. He was 20 years old. Neither name was released by the Kansas Highway Patrol. _____ UPDATE 11:48 a.m.
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