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29 April

Two Killed in Head-On Collision

Two men were killed in a head-on collision on U.S. 95 in which one driver was traveling the wrong way, according to recent reports. One driver was traveling north on southbound U.S. 95 near the Snow Mountain Exit. The driver hit two vehicles then hit another head-on. Both drivers were killed instantly, according to the Nevada State Patrol. There is no word yet on whether alcohol or drugs was

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27 April

Types of Personal Injury Accidents

There are many types of personal injury accident that occur in Florida on a daily basis. Victims may suffer from physical, emotional or financial damage that, in some cases, can last a lifetime. There are dozens of types of personal injury accidents, but most can be categorized into a few larger groups, including: Vehicle-related accidents. The most common type of personal injury lawsuits are based on vehicle accidents. These include

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23 April

Semi Truck Accident Kills Two

Two people died while pinned under an overturned semi truck in a fiery crash on the Sawgrass Expressway, according to recent reports. The tractor-trailer apparently rolled over onto the vehicle at the exit ramp to Pat Salermo Drive near the BB&T Center. Fire prevented rescue workers from reaching the two people trapped under the wreckage. Preliminary investigations reveal that the tractor-trailer driver may have lost control when he struck

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20 April

Plane Crash in Fort Lauderdale Kills Four

A recent plane crash at the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport claimed four lives, according to recent reports. The twin turbine propeller plane went down in a nature preserve beside the airport, spreading debris over a 250-foot by 50-foot area that investigators continue to examine for clues. The National Transportation Safety Board, along with the Federal Aviation Administration, is investigating the crash. The plane took off from Orlando Executive Airport with

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