Railroad crossings are becoming increasingly unsafe across the United States Because of several factors, including the growing number of older drivers, railroad crossings are becoming increasingly unsafe across the United States.
A crosswalk doesn’t guarantee pedestrian safety The existence of crosswalks doesn’t guarantee pedestrian’s safety on the road, especially when a pedestrian chooses to jaywalk, fails to use designated crosswalks, or does not abide by the provided traffic signals.
The suspect attempted to take the wheel of the bus According to court documents, the man accused of causing the Greyhound bus crash traveling from California to Tennessee was allegedly exhibiting strange behavior that caught the attention of other passengers and the bus driver just hours before the suspect attempted to take the wheel outside of Tonopah.
1 dead, 2 hurt in fiery freeway truck crash caused by dropped gas canisters A man was killed and two people were hospitalized when a flatbed truck dropped several canisters containing a mix of freon and other gases, creating a chain reaction crash while driving on Interstate 17 near Thomas Road.
Aggravated assault, six counts of endangerment, super-extreme DUI in pedestrian accident Police are alleging Christy Kupper, 31, struck a pedestrian and up to five vehicles in an adjacent retail-store parking lot when she was trying to flee the scene of a hit-and-run accident at a Tempe intersection.
Residents who lost homes in allege mismanagement of Yarnell fire In addition to families seeking compensation for the death of 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots, residents who lost homes in the Yarnell Hill Fire have also filed notices of claims against the state, the city of Prescott, Yavapai County and the Yarnell Fire District, alleging that mismanagement of the blaze cost them their homes.