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Car Accidents Archives

Lawmaker calls for technology to keep roads safe

A lawmaker in the state of Maine is calling for technology to help make roads safer, not just in Maine but in neighboring New Hampshire too. The lawmaker, who represents York, cited a recent fatal accident in New Hampshire as the reason for the call for change on the major roadways, including the Maine Turnpike. The lawmaker also mentions a decrease in funding needed for regular tolls and a better impact on the environment.

Multi-car crash kills 1 and sends others to hospital

A multi-car crash in Merrimack killed one and sent others to the hospital in the overnight hours Sunday into Monday. The crash resulted in the closure of the F. E. Everett Turnpike for more than four hours as officials investigated the crash. According to authorities, the person killed in the crash was an 18-year-old male who was pronounced dead at the crash site.

Managing car crash injuries

Car accidents that make the news headlines usually have at least one serious injury or fatality. Sometimes, they have some component that is so unusual that people will want to know about it. The cases that don't make the news are the ones that are considered run of the mill. The injuries in these can range from bruising to spinal cord or brain injuries.

What do I do if I spot a drunk driver?

Getting behind the wheel is a very dangerous task that billions of people partake in each day. There's no guarantee that the other motorists around you will be as safe and observant as you. There's no guarantee that other motorists will drive with little to no distractions. There's also no guarantee that there won't be a drunk driver on the roads at the same time you are. So, what do you do if you spot a drunk driver?

Safety tips for driving this fall in Portsmouth

The fall season in New Hampshire is one of the most popular times of year. Tourists flock to the state to enjoy all that nature has to offer. The most popular attraction is the changing of the leaves. The colors are extraordinary but accidents can increase during the fall for various reasons. Here's how you can avoid car accidents in the fall.

The '100 deadliest days for teen driving'

Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, car wrecks involving teenagers are expected to increase by 43 percent, according to the Highway Safety division of AAA. This year, there were 39 million people traveling during the Memorial Day weekend. Out in force that weekend? Teenage drivers -- many who are driving while distracted and inexperienced.

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