Tuscaloosa auto accident kills 2 children, 2 teachers
October 28th, 2010|
October 28, 2010
One of the biggest hazards on the road is other drivers. When drivers fail to follow traffic laws, they put other drivers on the road at risk for Tuscaloosa auto accidents.
Unfortunately, four people lost their lives when a driver ran a stop sign and an 18-wheeler tried to avoid hitting the car, and hit the car carrying one retired teacher, her sister, who was also a teacher, and two children, according to ABC 33 40.
All four were killed in the Tuscaloosa auto accident.
The driver who ran the stop sign was a 16-year-old, who was taken to a local hospital for treatment following the Tuscaloosa auto accident. The driver of the truck was also injured in the crash.
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