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Deputy may be partly to blame for teen's death in auto accident

Police pursuits are tricky. With the proper authorization, a pursuit can prevent a tragedy from occurring. However, in some instances, they cause more devastation than they help, and many law enforcement officers are ordered to stop a pursuit because it is simply too dangerous. What happens, then, when a deputy fails to report a pursuit and also fails to report a fatal auto accident that followed?

Distraction is the cause of many Texas car accidents

When teens first learn to drive, parents may nag them with many admonitions. Don't drink and drive, no texting behind the wheel and don't drive too fast. Parents hope their reminders will instill a sense of caution in their teens, keeping their kids safe from car accidents that could bring life-changing consequences. Unfortunately for several Texas families, those warnings could not prevent a tragedy.

Texas coach mourned after fatal motor vehicle accident

When a life is taken too soon in a tragic and preventable way, it may cause an entire community to ask why. This is certainly the case recently when a Texas high school athletic coach died in a fatal motor vehicle accident that seriously injured his wife. The couple had been high school sweethearts, and their two children are 1 and 3 years of age.

Beloved Texas teacher dies in fatal car accident

When a person dies in a tragic accident, it often affects people in very wide circles. In fact, people seldom realize how many lives they touch, even when they personally encounter thousands in their lifetime. One Texas woman is being mourned after a motor vehicle accident took her life. In her family, her church and her community, the woman was loved and admired.

Texas driver admits texting before fatal motor vehicle accident

Ten percent of traffic fatalities involve driver distraction, and the number of fatalities seems to increase each year. Despite this, Texas is one of the few states that has not banned texting behind the wheel, although some local ordinances forbid it. The amount of time drivers spend with their eyes on a device rather than on the road is often enough to cause fatal motor vehicle accidents. A recent collision is a prime example of the devastation that may result.

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