There’s no doubt that reckless driving is truly a danger to the people of Indiana. Far too often they cause accidents that leave innocent people seriously injured. But the truth is they are just as likely to hurt themselves as they are anyone else. Take a recent accident near Terre Haute for example.
Former “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock” star Tracy Morgan is still struggling after an accident involving a semi truck in June, his attorney said recently. Indianapolis readers might remember the original incident. Morgan and several other comedians were returning from a performance in Delaware when a big rig struck their vehicle from behind on the New Jersey turnpike.
Having a reckless driver behind the wheel of a passenger bus is incredibly dangerous. But what could be more dangerous? How about a bus that is moving without anyone behind the wheel? That’s what happened in a recent bus accident in Indianapolis. Last Thursday, a driver hopped out of their bus to take a quick break. The bus, however, wasn’t ready to stop just yet.
What kinds of safeguards were in place before a recent pick-up truck accident at a camp? Indiana injury lawyers discuss some of the issuesSeptember 10, 2014
A recent accident in an Indiana camp sent a young boy to the hospital with multiple broken bones; it also resulted in injuries for two other kids and a camp counselor. As reported in the news, a pick-up truck that had been pulling wagons with campers and counselors experienced an apparent brake failure when going down a hill. The vehicle wound up hitting the counselor and three kids.
The Indiana State Police had to shut down an Indianapolis interstate for a very interesting reason. Apparently, a runaway horse was trotting along Interstate 74 near South Post Road last week. It’s believed the horse escaped a fenced-in area and found itself on the interstate in the early morning hours. The incident was put under control fairly quickly.
An elderly woman has died after a tragic accident at a racino in Shelbyville. On Aug. 15, the woman was helping connect a horse trailer to a truck at the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino when something went wrong and she was pinned between the truck and the trailer. She later died as a result of her injuries.