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Archive | May, 2013

Driver Who Hit and Injured Police Officer Cited for Careless Driving

A driver who clipped a Denver police officer and caused him a serious leg injury has been officially cited with careless driving and may face a civil car accident lawsuit in addition to the criminal charges associated with his traffic offense. According to the police report, the officer had been on the shoulder of the […]

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Man Attempting to Help Another Driver Causes Serious Car Accident

A man who had been attempting to help another driver jump start his car caused a serious car accident on the I-225 in Aurora that led to multiple people sustaining severe injuries. According to the preliminary police report, the man had been driving a gold van and had attempted to help another driver who had […]

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Investigation into Causes of Fatal Motorcycle Accident in Aurora is Ongoing

Aurora law enforcement officials are still investigating the exact causes of a fatal motorcycle accident that occurred this past weekend at the intersection of East 6th Avenue and Del Mar Circle. According to the preliminary police report, the motorcycle, which was driven by a male and had a female passenger, collided with a passenger vehicle. […]

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Toyota to Sponsor Distracted Driving Course in Stapleton May 18 & 19

On Saturday May 18 and Sunday May 19, Toyota will be sponsoring the Driving Expectations Distracted Driving Course at the Stapleton Bass Pro Shop. The event, which is part of a national campaign that Toyota is sponsoring, is free and is aimed at teaching teen drivers about the dangers of driving under distracted conditions. As […]

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Reducing Car and Pedestrian Accidents is Focus of New Denver Campaign

Last week, the City of Denver rolled out a new campaign that is aimed at decreasing the number of car and pedestrian accidents that take place in the city. Dubbed the “Heads Up” campaign, this new effort is a combination of a safety awareness and a marketing campaign will be publicized on billboards throughout the […]

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Bicyclist Killed in Collision with Alleged Drunk Driver in Boulder

A 46-year-old man who had been bicycling on Main Street in Boulder was killed this past Saturday when the driver of an SUV going the wrong way on the street attempted to make a turn and hit the victim. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, and the driver of the […]

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Traffic Accident Deaths Increase More than 5 Percent in 2012, According to NHTSA

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has recently released preliminary findings for motor vehicle accident statistics in 2012, and these findings suggest that traffic accident deaths occurring on U.S. roadways in 2012 increased by approximately 5.3 percent over those in 2011. While this jump in traffic accident fatalities is, in and of itself, a […]

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Driving and Daydreaming More Dangerous Than Texting and Driving?

While the issues of texting and driving (and general cellphone use when driving) has been a hot-button issue recently when it comes to car accidents, a new study conducted by the Erie Insurance Group has found that driving and daydreaming may, in fact, be far more dangerous than texting and driving. According to the study’s […]

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