Wrongful Death and Fatal Accident News
Lubbock, TX — Police said that at least one person was hospitalized in Lubbock this past Monday morning (November 23, 2015) after a rollover wreck that involved three vehicles. Not many details about the accident have been released, but it appears that it involved a van, a gold car, and a silver car. Read Full Post ‹ Lubbock, TX: Rollover Wreck Injures 1 on Slide Road
Atascocita, TX — A car crashed into a local water fountain near Lake Houston this Tuesday morning (November 24, 2015) and as a result, two teenagers were injured — one seriously. Police said that a 14-year-old girl had to be airlifted to a hospital and another teen was taken via ambulance after the car they were riding in crashed. Read Full Post ‹ Atascocita, TX: Car Accident Injures Teens on Will Clayton Parkway
Cosmos, MN — A report released by the Minnesota State Patrol identified the woman who died near Cosmos this past Monday (November 23, 2015) after a two-car accident on Highway 4. Paula Jorgensen, 49 years old, from Cosmos passed away after her Volkswagen Jetta was in a head-on wreck with a Ford pickup truck. Read Full Post ‹ Paula Jorgensen Killed in Cosmos, MN Car Accident
Chambersburg, PA — There was an accident this past Sunday (November 22, 2015) in Chambersburg at a construction site that led to the death of a worker. The man’s name wasn’t released in the news reports, but the police said that he was 27 years old. Read Full Post ‹ Chambersburg, PA: Construction Worker Killed by Accident with Concrete Wall
Carthage, MO — A man fell from a tractor at a construction site in Carthage this past weekend and was fatally injured, leading to an investigation by OSHA. The man who died wasn’t identified, but the company he was working for was called Mundo Hernandez Construction, out of El Paso, Texas and the general contractor was identified as Arco Construction, of St. Louis. Read Full Post ‹ Carthage, MO: Worker Killed at Construction Site after Accident
Tanner, AL — Two people were injured in an accident involving a tanker truck and a mustang on Monday, November 23, 2015, on Huntsville Brownsferry Road. Read Full Post ‹ Two Injured in Tanner, AL Tanker Truck Accident
Kegley, WV — A 54-year-old worker was hit by a car while holding a sign at a construction zone on Monday morning, November 23, 2015.
Read Full Post ‹ DOH Worker Hit by Car in Kegley, WV
Memphis, TN — A worker named Chris Higginbottom, 39 years old, lost his life this past Sunday in Memphis at the FedEx Ship Center by the Memphis International Airport, following a serious accident. Though the details are still being investigated and cleared up, it appears that Higginbottom was killed after the “tug” he was operating accidentally crashed into a trailer and crushed him. Read Full Post ‹ Chris Higginbottom Killed in Memphis FedEx Accident
Compton, CA — A driver was injured after his car was hit by a Blue Line train near the intersection of 119th street and Willowbrook Avenue on November 23, around 7:30 a.m. Read Full Post ‹ Driver Injured in Compton, CA Blue Line Train Accident
New Florence, MO — Late Monday evening of this week (November 23, 2015) a couple from Catawissa was killed after a two-car accident along Highway 19, just south of New Florence. Scott Almstedt, 56, and Nancy Almstedt, 54, were both killed and Danny Malloy, 42, was injured after their cars collided in an accident, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. Read Full Post ‹ Scott, Nancy Almstedt Killed in New Florence, MO Car Accident
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