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Monday, October 27, 2008
Crash Kills Four Cheerleaders
An auto accident killed five people, including four cheerleaders late Friday night in Tennessee. The four cheerleaders had just left a high school football game where they had been cheering.
According to police, the SUV in which the four girls were traveling hydroplaned on a wet, foggy road and then flipped on its side. The SUV then collided with another car before bursting into flames. None of the four girls were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the accident, and at least one of them was ejected. One person in the other vehicle was killed, and another passenger reportedly lost her unborn child due to injuries sustained.
Due to their high center of gravity, SUVs are more likely to roll over than are other vehicles. Add driver inexperience, a wet highway, and not wearing seatbelts, and this tragedy had all the hallmarks for what experts, adults, and the media tell the population every year are some of the biggest driving risks.
If you or a loved one has been involved in an auto accident or SUV rollover, please contact an experienced personal injury attorney in your area.
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posted by Neil at 1:53 PM
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