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Monday, September 8, 2008
Seven Weekend Accidents Claim Eight Lives over the Weekend in AZ
According to the Arizona Department of Public Safety, this was a really bad weekend to be on the roads. Beginning early Saturday morning, the weekend saw the deaths of eight people involved in auto accidents in parts of Northern Arizona.
The DPS reports:
- At 1:30am, a two vehicle crash killed the driver of a Chevrolet pickup
- At 10:30am, a single vehicle accident killed the driver of a Buick who swerved to avoid another car
- At 7:14pm, a hit-and-run accident killed the passenger in a vehicle after he was partially ejected
- Shortly after, a driver was killed when his vehicle went off the road, hit a guard rail and overturned
- At 9:10pm, a single-vehicle accident killed an occupant of a vehicle that lost control and rolled several times
- At 9:30pm, another single-vehicle accident involving a Pontiac GTO killed the driver when the vehicle lost control after hitting a drainage ditch and traffic control sign
- Early Sunday, an accident involving a tractor trailer and several other vehicles killed two
If you have been injured or lost a loved one in an auto accident, please contact an experienced personal injury lawyer in your area.
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posted by Neil at 1:52 PM
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