Authorities report that a fatal car accident in Santa Cruz County claimed the life of one motorist and left another severely injured. The accident took place during the afternoon hours of March 28 close to the north side entryway of the University of California at Santa Cruz.
While proceeding southbound on a coastal road in central California, a USPS postal vehicle collided with a passenger car heading in the opposite direction. The late-morning accident sent the postal driver as well as two occupants of the northbound vehicle to the hospital with major injuries.
A horrific crash near the border between California and Arizona has left four people dead and more than 20 injured after a tour bus collided with a big rig and two other vehicles. Official reports show that the car accident occurred during the early morning hours on May 21, when a semi-truck carrying a load of metal pipes lost control and jackknifed into the median on the 10 Freeway. The crash occurred at about 2 a.m., and the highway was closed until about 6:30 p.m., according to official reports.
A violent car crash in Fresno, California on March 14 left 12 people injured, eight of them children. The collision occurred when a driver ran a stop sign, smashing into an SUV. Some of the victims suffered severe injuries in the car accident.
One of the most critical tasks for drivers is keeping their cars in control at all times. If they lose control, an accident will almost inevitably happen. This is what occurred in a recent California car accident. The case is drawing substantial attention because the driver accused of being at fault is the brother of a famous actress.
People nationwide have been outraged by the case of the 16-year-old who received 10 years probation for a drunk driving accident that killed four people and injured nine others in June. That outrage hit home for residents of Orange County when it was reported in the Dallas Star-Telegram and other media sources that the teen's parents would pay $450,000 per year for him to serve his probation in a rehabilitation facility near Newport Beach. As most people know, a psychologist testifying during the trial claimed that the teen suffered from "affluenza" – meaning he felt a "sense of entitlement" and little sense of responsibility.