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March 2014 Archives

Louisiana teenager suffers catastrophic injuries in car crash

Every day, people say goodbye to loved ones, not realizing it will be the last time they will ever see them. Sadly, this happens to thousands of people each year around the country. For the family of one Louisiana teen, that day came when he suffered catastrophic injuries in a car crash.

Fatal accident 13th for Louisiana State Police Troop E this year

A recent accident becomes the 13th deadly crash Louisiana State Police Troop E has investigated so far this year. The 18-year-old man that died increases the death toll to 15 people. Two people also suffered injuries in this fatal accident.

Louisiana fatal accident blamed on speed and careless driving

The faster a vehicle travels, the higher the probability is that the driver will be unable to control it should something go wrong. For instance, if a driver is speeding and strays onto the shoulder of the road, the risk of over-correcting and losing control of the vehicle increases. This is believed to be what happened in a fatal accident in the early morning hours of March 6 that occurred on Louisiana Highway 42.

Could even 1 car accident have been avoided by timely recall?

By now, most if not all Louisiana General Motors car owners are aware their vehicles may be subject to a recall. The recall is for faulty ignition switches in several GM model vehicles. Numerous accidents and 13 deaths are linked to the problem so far. Now, a question as to whether even one deadly car accident could have been avoided if GM had issued a recall when it first discovered the problem nearly 10 years ago.