A Palm Springs crash claimed the lives of two Oklahoma women on March 16. The two decedents have been identified as a 68-year old Lawton resident and a 52-year-old Duncan resident by the Riverside County Coroner's Office. The elder victim was aunt to the younger one. There was also a third unidentified person who was seriously injured in the crash.
Many individuals here in Riverside rely on their feet to get them to work, to the store and other places that they need to go out of necessity. Others do so for environmental reasons or recreation. No matter what your reason is for walking, you should know that you have both obligations and rights as a California pedestrian.
A pickup truck in California apparently left its own travel lane, entered the lane for the oncoming traffic, and started a four-car crash that left people with serious injuries and all four cars in bad enough condition that they had to be towed from the scene.
Do you think that you're a safe and experienced driver who is able to avoid an accident? While that may help you, the statistics are not on your side.
A car full of teenagers got involved in an accident, and three of the boys tragically passed away. Now the police are saying that the driver who caused the accident did so intentionally.
Every day, an average of four people lose their lives in traffic accidents in Southern California.
The risks to pedestrians near roadways cannot be overstated. A single mistake made by a driver can prove deadly for a pedestrian who has no way to avoid the accident and no protection from the impact.
Driving on the highway is a way of life for many people. But just because you spend a lot of time on these roadways doesn't make it any easier to maintain a high level of safety.
When driving in a city setting, you'll approach one intersection after the next.
Operating a motor vehicle is a big responsibility, as violating the law in any way can result in an accident that causes serious injury or death.