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Breaking Down All Motor Vehicle Accidents: Cause and Results
Breaking Down All Motor Vehicle Accidents: Cause and Results

In the state of California, there were roughly 485,000 auto accidents reported in 2017. These collisions resulted in nearly 4,000 deaths and over 276,000 injuries sustained. As a result, California accounted for around 11% of all of the accidents that occur across the entire ...

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Blog posts in Pedestrian Accident

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    An accident involving a pedestrian and a motor vehicle left the pedestrian, a child, with injuries, according to a recent news report from KTVU . ...

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  • This Spring, Watch Out For Backover Accidents

    A “backover” accident occurs when a vehicle that is backing up or rolling backwards runs into or over a pedestrian, which frequently causes serious ...

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  • Sunnyvale Fatal Pedestrian Hit-and-Run Suspect Admits to Intentionally Causing Crash

    One pedestrian was killed and another was seriously injured on March 31 in Sunnyvale when an Acura driver crossed double yellow lines, accelerated, ...

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  • California Leads Nation In Fatal Pedestrian Accidents

    According to a new report issued by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), California has the highest number of pedestrian fatalities out of ...

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  • Capitola Considers New Rules After Fatal Skateboarding Accident

    Capitola’s city council is planning to vote on new regulations to govern skateboarding in Capitola Village after a 17-year-old skateboarder plowed ...

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  • San Jose Pedestrian Injured After Collision On Monterey Road

    A middle-aged man was injured in a morning San Jose pedestrian accident on Monterey Road recently. According to Mercury News , police shut down part ...

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  • Learning More About Pedestrian Accident Prevention In San Mateo

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports there were 4,378 pedestrian fatalities in traffic accidents in the United States in ...

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  • San Francisco Ranks Second in Number of Pedestrian Accidents

    The Sacramento Bee recently ran an article that revealed that the streets of San Francisco are the second most dangerous place for pedestrians. ...

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