April 20th, 2011|
April 21, 2011
Do you make your morning commute by foot? If you are a pedestrian, you may be aware of the risks walkers take on roadways.
Unfortunately, one pedestrian is dead following a Huntsville auto accident, according to The Huntsville Times.
The Huntsville auto accident occurred on Pulaski Pike when the 24-year-old female was struck by a pickup truck.
The pickup was driven by a 52-year-old man who fled the scene of the Huntsville auto accident; however, he was later tracked down following the crash.
Have you ever been involved in a Huntsville auto accident? Tell the Alabama auto accident lawyers at Norris Injury Lawyers about your loss.
December 28th, 2007|
December 28, 2007
Fatal Alabama auto accidents were at a four-year low with only four days left in the year, according to The Birmingham News. Gov. Bob Riley implored Alabama residents to ride home safely New Year’s Eve with a sober driver to avoid deadly auto accidents.
From the first of the year through Dec. 26, there were 758 Alabama car accident deaths, down 61 from 2006, according to the Alabama Department of Public Safety. Over the New Year’s weekend, checkpoints and extra patrols will be set up in an attempt to keep the number of auto accidents down and ensure the safety of Alabama drivers.