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2 people killed in tragic Christmas Eve car crash

Many Virginia residents have been involved in a motor vehicle accident of some sort at some point in their lives. A car crash can happen for a number of reasons, and the results may range from minor to catastrophic. However, sometimes a crash is caused by one driver's negligence, and although the driver may be affected in some way, unfortunately, often other people bear the brunt of the consequences.

Fatal car accident claims life of mother, injures 2 others

Sometimes, people become involved in a tragedy that changes everything for them and everyone around them. It seems one minute all is well, and suddenly, in the next moment, something terrible has happened, such as a fatal car accident. In one such incident in Virginia, one person was killed and two others seriously injured when a truck collided with a small car at an intersection near the Virginia Beach oceanfront.

Tragic multi-vehicle car accident results in woman's death

Likely, some Virginia drivers occasionally find themselves following too closely behind the vehicle in front of them. For safety reasons, this practice is not recommended; in most cases, the moment passes and no harm is done. However, some drivers who follow other cars too closely end up causing a car accident, especially if other factors are at play, such as speeding and/or reckless driving.

Car accident at Navy base claims life of young sailor

Likely, many Virginia residents have, at some point while on the road, witnessed someone else driving recklessly. Such behavior often involves extremely high speeds and some of these drivers can even be seen veering into other lanes of traffic. These types of incidents can happen for a number of reasons, but in any case, drivers who behave irresponsibly are a potential danger to others, sometimes causing a serious or even fatal car accident.

Virginia car accidents: 1 woman dead and 2 others injured

Many Virginia residents enjoy getting together with friends and socializing over a few alcohol beverages. Most people, most times, do so responsibly. However, even with the proliferation of warnings about the dangers of driving after drinking, some people will still make the poor choice to get behind the wheel of a car when they should not. Such reckless behavior can result in car accidents, some of which are fatal. Unfortunately, this is what happened recently when a woman from a different state drove a car into a tree, causing death and serious injury to the occupants.

Hit-and-run car accident results in pedestrian fatality

Many Virginia residents enjoy walking as a leisure activity, a form of exercise or simply as an inexpensive way to get outside and breathe fresh air. Some people must walk since it is their only available form of transportation. In any case, pedestrians often must share road space with various types of motorized vehicles, and unfortunately, when a car accident involves a pedestrian, the pedestrian does not usually fare well. Such was the case when a woman was struck by a vehicle and killed while crossing a Norfolk intersection.

Police locate, arrest man who fled following fatal car crash

Most people have a sense of moral integrity and compassion for others that would prevent them from fleeing a tragic situation, even if they may have been the cause. However, sadly, some people will run from such a situation, likely in an attempt to avoid the fallout. In a recent example, Virginia State Police located and arrested a man wanted for questioning following a fatal car crash in Culpeper County after he walked away from the hospital where he had been transported for treatment.

Head-on car accident in Hanover County results in two fatalities

Virginia drivers know the importance of staying alert while behind the wheel. To ensure they are able to focus on the task at hand, drivers are smart to avoid drugs or alcohol prior to getting into a vehicle. They should also be well-rested and free from any health issues that may impair their abilities. Drivers whose attention is diverted for even a few seconds can cause serious car accidents, sometimes because they end up in the wrong lane where they may encounter vehicles traveling in the opposite direction. While many factors may contribute to this type of car accident, when two vehicles collide head-on, the drivers and passengers do not often all survive the tremendous impact.

Hit-and-run car accident kills 15-year-old pedestrian

Many Virginia residents enjoy walking as a form of exercise, transportation or perhaps both. Most people find walking is an inexpensive, healthy and safe way to get around, but unfortunately, the latter is not always true, especially in areas where pedestrians share space with a high volume of motorized vehicles. Occasionally, a car accident involving a pedestrian occurs, sometimes resulting in death. Such was the case in Hampton when a teenage girl was killed in a hit-and-run accident.

2 people dead following Roanoke County car accident

Most Virginia drivers can relate to the experience of traveling on a highway and suddenly coming upon traffic that has slowed significantly or even stopped. To avoid a collision, drivers approaching this type of situation must follow the traffic laws and paying close attention to the road ahead so they can safely brake in time. Failure to do so may cause a car accident, and unfortunately, this was the case recently on a Roanoke County highway.

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