Car accidents happen far too often, and far too many people lose their lives.
One man is dead after a serious accident in Arizona, in which he was actually struck by two vehicles in quick succession.
Have you ever found yourself driving when you're so tired that you feel like you're about to pass out? You try to fight it, and you succeed for a while. But you still feel exhausted.
When someone else causes a car accident and slams into your vehicle, the problem seems fairly clear: They hit you. Maybe they didn't see a stop sign or got distracted by their phone. You don't necessarily know what happened, but you know that you didn't make any mistakes, and it was their fault.
A man who is only 20 years old is going to have to spend almost that much time in jail for his role in a deadly car accident, as he was recently sentenced to 19.5 years behind bars.
You know that distracted driving causes car accidents, but that does not tell the whole story. It can cause some of the most serious crashes on Arizona's roads: head-on collisions.
It's difficult to know if a loved one can still drive safely. You may worry about their abilities declining as they get older, but they may feel that they can still drive without any major issues. They may also not want to lose their independence. It's tough to give that up, and they may try to ignore their own safety issues or even try to hide them.
A teenager tragically died in Arizona while riding in a pickup truck. The truck got involved in an accident and caught on fire.
Ask any auto expert, and they'll tell you that one of the most dangerous things anyone can do in their car is to drive in reverse. We do it all the time, but usually just for a few seconds at a time. That means most people have very little experience, even though backing up is far harder than driving forward.
A strange multi-vehicle accident recently happened in Arizona, putting at least two people in the hospital. One of them was both involved in the initial crash and then hit while on foot.