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Weather may give rise to increased motor vehicle accidents

It is Winter Weather Awareness Week, and some West Virginia residents have already had reason to worry. In parts of the state that have already seen snowfall and other inclement conditions, residents are quickly reminded about the dangers that lurk. It is not unusual for motor vehicle accidents to increase during the winter months. 

AAA warns of motor vehicle accidents ahead of Halloween weekend

After months of being cooped up in the house, many West Virginia residents are looking forward to Halloween. This year, a rare full moon will cast a fittingly eerie glow over The Mountain State, and neighborhoods will once again be creeping and crawling with revelers of all ages. Recently, AAA has issued a warning about motor vehicle accidents, which is neither a trick nor a treat. 

Distracted driving causes motor vehicle accidents

Technology has become an integral part of our lives, and most West Virginia residents would probably agree that using the internet is a daily routine. It may be tempting to check alerts and keep in touch with friends and family, or one may want to stay on top of the latest breaking news. Unfortunately, even a quick glance while driving can lead to motor vehicle accidents

Motor vehicle accidents: 2 injured in crash as traffic slows

Traffic patterns can change at any given moment and the sudden onset of congestion could cause traffic to slow to a crawl or stop altogether. Those who fail to adjust speed to match the change in conditions run the risk of creating a dangerous situation. Motor vehicle accidents resulting from failure to react to traffic congestion can have disastrous ramifications, and a recent incident involving a similar scenario in West Virginia has left two individuals with injuries.

Motor vehicle accidents: Safety tips for interstate driving

There may be many individuals in West Virginia and elsewhere who drive on the interstate nearly every day as they travel to and from destinations. While interstates may act as essential pathways in many scenarios, they can also be somewhat dangerous to navigate at times, and motor vehicle accidents that occur on interstates can have disastrous outcomes. Seeking insight on safety tips for interstate driving could help drivers better prepare to safely reach their preferred destinations.

Motor vehicle accidents: 2 injured, 2 killed in head on crash

Being involved in a serious collision can be a stressful and daunting process, as the outcome of the incident could pose a significant threat to the well-being of everyone involved. Motor vehicle accidents can have disastrous outcomes that could leave a person with severe injuries or loved ones grieving over an unexpected loss. Two individuals were killed and two others suffered injuries after a driver drifted across the median and caused a collision in West Virginia.

Motor vehicle accidents: Head-on collision proves fatal

A 46-year-old woman died following a recent collision that took place after a vehicle veered across the median and into oncoming lanes of traffic in West Virginia. Motor vehicle accidents that take place under similar circumstances have the unfortunate chance of ending in catastrophe. Fatal collisions can leave surviving loved ones in search of answers, as suffering loss under such a scenario can be a difficult thing to accept.

Motor vehicle accidents: Crash at intersection injures 2, kills 1

While traffic lights and signs are intended to help control the flow of traffic at intersections, they may prove to be little help when drivers fail to heed right of way. Should a driver ignore a stop sign or red light upon entering an intersection, the results could be disastrous, as motor vehicle accidents involving such circumstances can be exceedingly dangerous. Two individuals suffered serious injuries and another person was killed during a recent accident involving a similar scenario in West Virginia.

Motor vehicle accidents: 1 injured, 1 killed in head-on collision

There are a multitude of circumstances in which a person could lose control of a vehicle and veer into another lane of traffic. Regardless of how it occurs, it may leave other nearby drivers scrambling to react to a hazardous scenario. Motor vehicle accidents involving such situations can place the safety of everyone nearby at risk. A recent head-on collision in West Virginia killed one person and left another with serious injuries.

Motor vehicle accidents: Multiple-car crash kills 1, injures 1

In some cases, it could take little more than a single act of negligence to prompt a chain-reaction of events that may place the well-being of everyone nearby at risk. Many motor vehicle accidents involving multiple vehicles may take place under similar scenarios and the results of such collisions can be devastating. One person died and another suffered severe harm during a recent multiple-vehicle accident in West Virginia.

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