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  • NHTSA Program Shows Education and Enforcement Reduce Distracted Driving
    NHTSA Program Shows Education and Enforcement Reduce Distracted Driving

    A pilot program aimed at reducing the number car accidents due to distracted drivers on the roads has proven to be successful for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The pilot ...

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  • Dangers of Texas Rollover Accidents
    Dangers of Texas Rollover Accidents

    After a recent rollover car accident on I-10 near Clint, one man was pronounced dead and another remains in critical condition. El Paso County Sherriff’s representatives explained to KFOX-14 news that ...

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  • Texas Woman Killed Crossing the Road, How Pedestrians Can Stay Safe
    Texas Woman Killed Crossing the Road, How Pedestrians Can Stay Safe

    A Houston woman was recently killed while crossing Interstate 10 in southeastern Texas. A man and a woman were seen arguing along the side of the interstate. As the couple crossed the eastbound lanes ...

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  • Drunk Driving a Focus for Texas State Legislature’s Spring 2011 Session
    Drunk Driving a Focus for Texas State Legislature’s Spring 2011 Session

    Texas legislators began the spring 2011 legislative session vowing to pass new, more stringent drunk driving laws in the wake of several drunk driving accidents in the state. However, by the time the ...

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  • El Paso Texas Drunk Driving Accidents on the Rise
    El Paso Texas Drunk Driving Accidents on the Rise

    On July 4, 2011, El Paso police said an intoxicated man driving the wrong way on U.S. 54 crashed head-on into another car, killing the other driver. Just four days later, police allege another driver ...

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  • Holiday Weekends Raise Risk of Fatal Car Accidents
    Holiday Weekends Raise Risk of Fatal Car Accidents

    Ironically, Memorial Day, once known as Decoration Day, marked a time that Americans remembered those brave individuals who died in the service of our nation. However, many people today view the ...

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