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Rollover accidents, other collisions kill 8 in Missouri

Cars are amazing feats of technology, and loving cars and other vehicles may be considered an ingrained aspect of American culture. Unfortunately, there might be little doubt that they can become exceptionally dangerous in the blink of an eye, especially in rollover accidents. A recent weekend in Missouri resulted in at least eight accident-related fatalities across the state. For some, the weather may have played at least a partial role.

Motorcycle accidents continue to claim lives; 1 dead after crash

Motorcycles and cars have to share the road every single day. Although the weather is getting cooler, there are still many motorcycles on Missouri roads right now. Therefore, a motorcyclist needs to ensure that he or she is alert and focused on the road ahead. Likewise, drivers in vehicles need to focus on the road while also being on the lookout for motorcycles. When this is not done, it often results in an accident that leaves someone hurt or dead, such as with one of Missouri's recent motorcycle accidents.

Woman in killed in 1 of Missouri's recent hit-and-run accidents

Roads in Missouri can be a very dangerous place to be, though many people have to travel them every single day. Hit-and-run drivers contribute to making the roads across the country unsafe, and they are usually prosecuted once they are located. Fortunately, drivers responsible for hit-and-run accidents are often found and criminally charged by law enforcement personnel. 

Missouri drunk driving accidents often lead to injuries, death

Drunk driving can quickly lead to injuries or even death in Missouri. Those who have lost loved ones in drunk driving accidents may understandably question how such an accident could have happened. Unfortunately, one teenager recently died after being struck by an alleged drunken driver while standing near the roadway.

5 hospitalized in 1 of Missouri's latest drunk driving accidents

Despite what efforts Missouri residents may take to ensure that they are safe while driving on the road, accidents can still happen. This is especially true if other people are drinking and driving. This appears to be the case with one of Missouri's most recent alleged drunk driving accidents.

1 of Missouri's t-bone collisions injures 2 kids in school bus

It takes just a blink of an eye for a person's life to change. When parents put their children on the school bus in the morning, or teachers put the children on the bus in the afternoon, they don't expect for an accident to occur. Unfortunately, it occasionally happens. Two young children were injured following one of Missouri's recent T-bone collisions.

Head-on collisions in Missouri: 1 dead, 3 injured

A two-car crash near Jackson claimed the life of one person and injured three others. A preliminary investigation revealed that one car may have veered left of the center of the roadway and struck the second car head-on. Head-on collisions in Missouri are often fatal, and in this tragedy, one person lost her life.

1 dead, several injured after 1 of Missouri's head-on collisions

A 75-year-old man recently got on Interstate 44 in Missouri. Unfortunately, he entered the highway and began driving the wrong way for unknown reasons. He supposedly continued driving the wrong way for approximately five miles. At that time, his vehicle struck several others causing multiple injuries in one of Missouri's most recent head-on collisions.

1 of Missouri's head-on collisions claims life of 1, injures 2

Any vehicle accident puts drivers and passengers at risk of serious injury and possibly even death. With head-on accidents, the risk of injury is increased because of the fact that the speed from both involved cars are combined. Recently, a 65-year-old man died after being involved in one of Missouri's recent head-on collisions.

Fireman killed in 1 of Missouri's alleged drunk driving accidents

A Missouri firefighter who was off-duty was killed in March in a tragic car accident. Apparently, the 39-year-old woman who is said to have caused the accident was attempting to pass another vehicle on the highway. Her Audi vehicle struck the front of a Dodge Caliber, which was driven by the 49-year-old firefighter. The woman was reportedly intoxicated at the time of the crash, likely adding to the statistics for 2014 of fatal drunk driving accidents in Missouri.

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