Car Rolls Onto Side During Crash, No Serious Injuries

The crash happened around 3:30 Friday at the intersection of Hastings Way and Brackett Avenue in Eau Claire. Two vehicles were involved, with one of them landing on its side. The other vehicle had some front-end damage. Officers say a car was turning westbound onto Brackett from Hastings when the driver failed to yield to oncoming traffic and was hit by another oncoming car. The people involved had minor injuries and were not hospitalized. Traffic was backed up and rerouted for about a half hour as crews cleaned up the scene. There’s no word yet if the driver will be cited in the crash. ____________________ Crews are at the scene of a crash on Hastings Way and Brackett Avenue in Eau Claire. The crash involved at least two vehicles, with one of them landing on its side. It happened around 3:30 p.m. Friday.
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He was ordered held without bail and his license was suspended after getting charged with aggravated vehicular assault and aggravated drunken driving with a child. Those counts will be upgraded in light of the child’s death, a source said. “He just found out. He’s heartbroken,” defense lawyer Joseph Ostrowsky said of the tragic loss. “It’s just a terrible, terrible thing.” Another 12-year-old stepson, identified as Alex Perry, and Pollymore’s son, 5-year-old Kyle Pollymore, were also in the 1995 Toyota during the 8 a.m. wreck in Brownsville. None of the kids were wearing seat belts, said prosecutor Wilfredo Cotto. The youngest child was thrown into the front of the car but “didn’t have any injuries, which is a miracle,” a source said. The 12-year-old had minor injuries to his leg. Alex Rud The car Anthony Pollydore was driving, at Dean Street and Eastern Parkway after he crashed into a light pole Sunday morning. His alcohol blood level was measured at 0.094, authorities said. Pollydores 11-year-old stepson died Monday morning from injuries sustained in crash.
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Three-car crash sends truck over Hwy 26 guardrail

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All rights reserved. Three-car crash sends truck over Hwy 26 guardrail More>> SLIDESHOW The craziest crash scenes with no serious injuries We’ve compiled a collection of the craziest local crash scenes that amazingly resulted in no serious injuries. More > We’ve compiled a collection of the craziest local crash scenes that amazingly resulted in no serious injuries. More > Most Popular StoriesMost Popular Stories More>> Updated: Tuesday, March 25 2014 1:15 AM EDT2014-03-25 05:15:10 GMT Choppy waves, a low cloud ceiling and heavy rain forced crews to cancel Tuesday’s planned search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. More > Choppy waves, a low cloud ceiling and heavy rain forced crews to cancel Tuesday’s planned search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Updated: Monday, March 24 2014 10:32 PM EDT2014-03-25 02:32:40 GMT A man arrested for shoplifting on Saturday morning had his skateboard confiscated by police. So, on Saturday afternoon, officers said he tried and failed to break into the police department to get More > A 20-year-old shoplifting suspect is accused of trying to break into the Troutdale Police Department to retrieve his confiscated skateboard, and the whole thing was caught on camera. Surveillance: VIDEO l SLIDESHOW Updated: Monday, March 24 2014 11:56 PM EDT2014-03-25 03:56:51 GMT A Skyview High School student was caught snapping a photo underneath a teacher’s dress, according to Vancouver Public Schools. The names of both the student and teacher involved are being withheld at More > A Skyview High School student was caught snapping a photo underneath a teacher’s dress, according to Vancouver Public Schools. The names of both the student and teacher involved are being withheld at this point, but the district says they are taking the situation very seriously. More > Updated: Monday, March 24 2014 4:47 PM EDT2014-03-24 20:47:56 GMT Portland police are searching for an armed bank robber they have dubbed “Jabba the Robber.” Officers were called to the Wells Fargo Bank branch at 4515 S.E.
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11-year-old Brooklyn boy in drunk driving crash dies of injuries

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17, 2014 , saying, “GM’s CEO admitted that ‘terrible things happened’ as a result of these defective components. Our firm’s focus right now is helping the people those ‘terrible things’ happened to.” A report by CNNMoney dated Mar. 11, 2014 cited a letter Barra sent to General Motors employees, noting that the company will, “hold [itself] accountable” for the problems associated with the defective components. “More than 3 million vehicles have been recalled in the past two months, and an independent vehicle safety group says that more than 300 deaths could be linked to the vehicle defects. This isn’t news that should be ignored,” Gordon said, referring to The Center for Auto Safety’s latest findings, published in a Mar. 14, 2014 Detroit affiliate WXYZ, citing 303 fatalities in recalled Chevrolet Cobalts which may be the result of the faulty ignition switch failing to deploy air bags at the time of impact. Concerned individuals are welcomed to contact Gordon & Doner if they believe the cause of their injury or accident is related to General Motors’ recalled vehicles. The firm is prepared to evaluate each claim at no cost to the individual. A car accident lawyer from Gordon & Doner will then determine the validity of the claim and advise on how best to proceed.
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Hamdam understands the difficulties involved in recovering from injuries sustained in an accident and can work to help gain the maximum compensation possible for each individual case. Visit http://www.caraccidentlawyers-losangeles.com to learn more. According to the California State Highway Patrol, car accident statistics in California show that a person is injured in a car accident approximately every two minutes. This translates to more than 160,000 injury-related accidents each year. Furthermore, car accident statistics in Los Angeles County show that about 50,000 of these accidents occur within the legal jurisdiction of Los Angeles County. While statistics may just seem like numbers, there are real people behind these facts. These individuals have suffered from a wide range of injuries from minor cuts and bruises to life-changing, permanent disabilities. More severe injuries may result in longer healing times and regular visits with medical specialists. In addition to medical expenses, those injured in a car accident may also suffer from additional cost in the way of lost time off work, rehabilitation expenses, household expenses, emotional distress, pain and suffering, and other types of expenses that may have occurred as a result of the accident. If the negligent party has car insurance, the company may offer a financial settlement.
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