Three people were injured in an accident in Thomson on April 18. The crash occurred after one of the drivers involved ran a stop sign.
Car accidents usually happen when drivers least expect them. When car accidents do happen, they can cause victims to suffer from a number of serious injuries and can also result in death. Regrettably, two Georgia teens died in a recent car crash that happened in Franklin County.
SUV accidents always have the potential to cause injuries or even death, but the chance of serious or fatal injuries is often exacerbated when the vehicles are defective. In a recent Georgia accident, a boy was killed when the Jeep in which he was riding burst into flames after being rear ended by another vehicle. Fiat Chrysler may now have to answer for his death and a number of others that occurred in similar SUV accidents.
Separate car accidents occurred on a recent Saturday night. The two car accidents left two people dead and others hospitalized. Georgia authorities indicate that the accidents happened just two hours apart from each other. The accidents are still being investigated by state patrol.
Everyone has their typical morning routine; for some this involves getting the kids out the door for school, while others need to get to work or school themselves. A significant number of Georgia residents end up in their car, shuttling around to where they need to be, as part of this routine. For an unfortunate few, these routines are interrupted by car accidents. Currently, such an incident involving several vehicles is under investigation by local police.
Car accidents happen every day in Georgia, though not all of them have severe consequences. Those that do can leave victims suffering physically, emotionally and financially. Recently, a 29-year-old man was arrested in relation to two car accidents that left several people, including himself, injured.