A woman and her two daughters were killed on a San Diego County road recently, victims of a crash with an allegedly impaired driver, according to authorities.
Every day when we hop in our cars to head to work, we run the risk of being involved in an accident on the streets of Los Angeles. No matter how carefully we drive, there's always the other guy who might not take as much care. An accident could be a minor fender bender, or it could lead to something much more serious, such as a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
A woman and her daughter were killed early on New Year's Day when their pickup truck was hit on a Southern California freeway by a BMW being driven by a suspected drunk driver.
A San Diego teenager was killed early Thanksgiving morning when the car he was riding in was hit by a truck.
A young woman who had stopped to help people involved in a two-car crash on state Route 94 in San Diego County was killed when she was struck by a car.
A Los Angeles city official was killed recently while kayaking.
Tragedy recently struck a Southern California family when a crash on the southbound 110 freeway in Los Angeles killed a 3-year-old boy and his unborn sibling.
A man whose ex-wife and 11-year-old daughter were seriously injured in a motorized scooter crash while on a Southern California getaway said had one area city council banned the vehicles, the accident never would have occurred.
Sand and gravel are two things that can quickly turn an upright rider sideways. Traction is of the utmost importance when you're on a motorcycle, but gravel and sand are two things that could make that an impossibility.
Manhattan Beach is known as a great place to visit, and there's lots to do. However, for people who live there, the daily commute may seem more important than slowing down for beachgoers or watching out for cyclists. In the morning rush, the reality is that there's a risk for crashes, but all it takes is for drivers to slow down.