Four-car Accident Kills One, Injures Six

Lawrence O’Donnell Injured In Car Accident

Clifford and a passenger, Deborah Clifford, 57, also of Batavia, were transported to St. Mary’s Hospital in Streator. Their conditions also were not disclosed but not considered life-threatening, said police. Witnesses told police Hylla had been driving erratically, including driving without headlights prior to the accident. Copyright 2014 pantagraph.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. – April 14, 2014 4:25 pm Thank you so much that means a lot specially that you tried to help Thankful1 – April 14, 2014 3:20 pm She was not coherent. She opened her eyes for a bit and the paramedic told her to relax and not move and that they were going to get her out of the car.
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Hwy. 112- Spur will see delays. Its being widened from two to four lanes. Hwy. 16- near Porter Rd. will see delays. The project plans to widen portions of I-540 to six lanes. Hwy. 265- Delays are expected while crews widen portions of Hwy. 265 from E.
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Judge sets bond for suspect in deadly Florida day care car crash
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Robert Corchado, 28, is seen in a booking photo from the Orange County Jail in Orlando, Florida taken April 10, 2014. REUTERS/Orange County Jail/Handout via Reuters

Credit: Reuters/Orange County Jail/Handout via Reuters Related Topics U.S. ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – A judge reinstated a $100,000 bond on Monday for a Florida man charged with leaving the scene of a car crash at an Orlando-area day care center that killed a four-year-old girl and injured 14 people, including one child who remains in critical condition. Judge Jerry Brewer ordered Robert Corchado, 28, not to drive and ruled he must remain in Orange County where the accident occurred or in Seminole County, where Corchado lives with his mother and brothers and faces drug-related charges in a separate case. Prosecutors said Corchado, who previously served two terms in state prison for drug and extortion convictions, faces a potential sentence of life in prison. Corchado turned himself him on Thursday about 24 hours after the accident and he initially was held on a $100,000 bond attached to his arrest warrant. Brewer revoked the bond on Friday to give prosecutors an opportunity to show that Corchado was a flight risk, but rejected their request for a $250,000 bond and a defense attempt to have it set at $7,500. Corchado testified he has $5,000 in savings and no close relatives outside of central Florida where his wife and three children also live. Corchado will not walk free even if he is able to post the bond. On Friday, a judge agreed to a request from prosecutors in neighboring Seminole County to revoke his bond pending the drug charges, according to court records. Authorities believe Corchado was the driver of a Durango that triggered the crash on Wednesday by rear-ending another car as it slowed to turn into the daycare entrance near Orlando.
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TRAFFIC: Accident on I-540 in Johnson Slows Traffic | 5NEWSOnline.com

The “Last Word” host is expected to make a full recovery, but remains under the care of doctors. The network said that O’Donnell and his brother were on vacation and riding in a taxi when the accident occurred. The brothers were transported back to the US, where O’Donnell was then taken to doctors in New York. “Lawrence will be off from MSNBC for several weeks as he recuperates,” MSNBC said in a statement. “Our thoughts and support are with the ODonnell family and we look forward to having Lawrence back on the air soon.” Alex Wagner will fill in for O’Donnell at 10 PM Monday night. Full statement from MSNBC below: Lawrence O’Donnell and his brother Michael were injured in a taxi accident on Saturday while vacationing out of the country. They were transported back to the US Lawrence to NYC and Michael to Boston. They are both under the care of doctors and expected to make a full recovery. Lawrence will be off from MSNBC for several weeks as he recuperates. Our thoughts and support are with the ODonnell family and we look forward to having Lawrence back on the air soon.
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MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell Injured in Car Accident – ABC News

The network didn’t specify where the accident occurred. The two were transported back to the United States Lawrence to New York and Michael to Boston. They are both under the care of doctors and are expected to make a full recovery, the network said. O’Donnell will be off the air for several weeks as he recuperates. MSNBC said Alex Wagner is scheduled to sub for him on “The Last Word” on Tuesday, with Ari Melber filling in Wednesday and Thursday. A political analyst, journalist, writer and producer, O’Donnell has hosted “The Last Word” since 2010. It airs Mondays through Thursdays at 10 p.m. Eastern time.
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