Kpd Officer Receives Minor Injuries In Car Accident

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Post to Facebook KPD officer receives minor injuries in car accident on WBIR.com: http://on.wbir.com/1e9EBcC Incorrect please try again A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.” Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs KPD officer receives minor injuries in car accident WBIR Staff, WBIR 4:45 p.m. EDT April 1, 2014 A Knoxville Police officer was involved in an accident on Broadway Tuesday afternoon. (Photo: Brian Holt/WBIR) SHARE 4 CONNECT 1 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE A Knoxville Police officer has been involved in an accident with another vehicle. The accident was on Broadway near Hiwassee Avenue at approximately 2:30 Tuesday afternoon. KPD said Officer Stephanie Wilson was driving north on Broadway when a KIA Sportage pulled out in front of her. Officer Wilson was briefly trapped in the vehicle, but rescue crews were able to extricate her. She and the driver of the KIA, Paige Bradley, 22, of Knoxville, were transported to UT Medical Center for treatment of what appeared to be minor injuries. The crash is still under investigation. No citations have been issued. More news Stories
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Car catches fire in I-595 rollover accident; no injuries

The car fire on I-595.

(Des Plaines Fire Department, Handout / April 2, 2014) Related By Jonathan Bullington Tribune reporter 10:22 a.m. CDT, April 2, 2014 Four people were transported to area hospitals with minor injuries after a car crash this morning in Des Plaines, authorities said. The collision involved a van and a car, and took place at about 8:30 a.m. at the intersection of Wolf Road and Jarvis Avenue, said Des Plaines fire Chief Alan Wax. One of the vehicle occupants was briefly trapped and required paramedics to use hand tools to pry open the vehicle door, Wax said. Emergency crews from Des Plaines, with assistance from Rosemont, Park Ridge, Schiller Park and Rolling Meadows responded to the crash, which shut down both directions of Wolf at Jarvis for about 40 minutes, Wax said. Two people were transported to Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge, Wax said. One person was taken to Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights, Wax said, and the fourth person was taken to Resurrection Medical Center in Chicago. Des Plaines police could not be reached for immediate comment. Copyright 2014 Chicago Tribune Company, LLC Suburban mugs in the news St. Raymond de Penafort | Mt. Prospect Saturday, April 5 Des Plaines Public Library | Des Plaines Sunday, April 6 Des Plaines Public Library | Des Plaines Tuesday, April 8
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Jameela Prakasham injured in accident

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4 injured in Des Plaines car crash

Scene of a car crash in Des Plaines

Her personal assistant cum driver Aju (44) was also injured in the accident. The incident happened early Friday morning in front of the Vembayam village office in Vettinad. The car in which she was travelling lost control and rammed the gate and wall of the village office. Jameela, wife of former minister Dr Neelalohithadasan Nadar, is the Kovalam MLA. She sustained injuries on her ribs. Jameela is admitted at the medical college hospital in the capital city. Her assistant Aju, nephew of Nadar, was subjected to an emergency operation.
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Pedestrian Accident Study

Fatalities resulting from pedestrian accidents account for a larger portion of all crashes today than ever before. According to a recent study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 25% of all traffic fatalities in New Jersey are pedestrian fatalities. The nationwide data paints a broader picture in which pedestrians are injured every eight minutes on average. These alarming statistics show no sign of yielding as the study confirms that reported pedestrian fatalities rose 4% from 2009 to 2010. Factors Contributing to Pedestrian Accidents The NHTSA study found that pedestrian accidents are more common in certain age groups than others. Research compiled in the study compares various age demographics and their respective likelihood to be involved in a pedestrian accident. Elderly pedestrians comprise close to 20% of pedestrian fatalities and an estimated 11% of all pedestrian injuries from auto accidents in 2010. Children also form a large segment of pedestrian injuries with 23% of all injuries affecting children fifteen years old and younger. The study also presents findings relating gender to pedestrian injury rates. Auto accidents, in 2010, led to a fatality rate of 1.94 and .85 for males and females respectively. Researchers did not speculate as to why the rate of male pedestrians being involved in fatal auto accidents is more than double that of females. Another important factor analyzed in the study is time of day and how it relates to both pedestrian and auto accidents.
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