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Law enforcement officials in Los Angeles are still investigating a fatal car accident that occurred earlier this week. The crash involved three vehicles and resulted in the closure of several lanes of the major highway. California residents may have hit some bad traffic around that time.

Police investigators are still not sure what happened. From what they do know, it appears that the driver of a Toyota, along with his female passenger, was traveling down the road. A semi truck and a pickup truck were also going in the same direction as the Toyota. The Toyota driver lost control of the car and slid into the semi truck.

This caused a chain reaction: the semi truck hit the pickup truck. Both drivers of the trucks were unharmed in the accident. However both the Toyota driver and his passenger were seriously injured and did not survive.

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California boasts a beautiful coast with scenery that people come to see from all over the nation. The beautiful weather gives many, such as motorcycle enthusiasts, reasons to spend time outside. For motorcyclists, the road can provide a time of relaxation as well as serve as a means to travel from place to place.

But being on the road with other, larger vehicles can sometimes result in motorcycle accidents. In some instances, the other vehicles are not paying attention and are not aware of motorcycles in the lane next to them. But if a crash occurs, those on a motorcycle can suffer serious injuries. One California woman suffered severe head trauma after the motorcycle she was riding on was struck by a passing vehicle.

The accident occurred this past weekend when the woman, along with a man, was traveling down the road on a motorcycle. Two people were traveling in a car that hit the motorcycle. Details of the crash were not provided in the article, but the woman on the motorcycle sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to a nearby medical center. The man who was driving the motorcycle suffered a minor injury; the two people in the car were not hurt.

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It was early Thursday morning, just a little after midnight. More than 80 people were enjoying food, karaoke and company at a Los Angeles establishment. There were probably a lot of entertaining sights. But one sight that those people were not likely expecting to see was a car crashing through the front of the club.

The car accident, according to one witness, sounded like a gunshot. But when the debris settled, witnesses found a car had smashed through the front of the establishment. Surprisingly, none of the people inside the building were hurt and the driver of the car also appeared to escape injury.

So how did the car end up crashing into the building? The driver of the vehicle had been asked to leave the club earlier that evening. Because the investigation is still ongoing, there is no information as to whether the driver intentionally drove through the wall or whether it was an accident.

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For a parent, there are likely few things more devastating than the loss of a child. One family is currently dealing with the death of their son, a 10-year old. He had been in a car accident along with his twin brother and his older brother. Both brothers were injured in the crash.

California Highway Patrol is still investigating the accident. The young boy's 16-year-old brother had been driving the vehicle. Under California law, the older brother should not have been driving with passengers in the vehicle unless he had been with a guardian, driving them to school, or had no other option. CHP is still not certain whether any exceptions existed.

The crash occurred in the early afternoon. The car transporting the boys had been about to turn into a state inmate camp where their father works. The car had to cross oncoming traffic but when the vehicle turned, it was hit by a pickup truck. The truck hit the side of the car where the little boy was sitting.

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When on the road, drivers should be aware of the vehicles around them. Especially when it comes to motorcycles, being attentive can help prevent a motorcycle accident. Unfortunately, there are instances where an inattentive driver causes a crash, resulting in serious injury to the motorcyclist who happened to be in the lane next to them.

An inattentive driver may have been what caused the crash that took the life of a local police chief. The police chief and his wife had been on a motorcycle ride last Friday evening. A vehicle traveling in the lane next to them suddenly veered into their lane and collided with them.

The car had been speeding down the road and the impact was so great that the police chief died at the scene of the accident. His wife was injured but appears to be recovering and is doing well, given the circumstances. But she and the rest of her family, along with the community, are mourning the loss of a man known for his kindness and willingness to help others.

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A funeral procession for a local police officer was the scene of another fatal accident. A motorcycle officer who was traveling with the procession was killed when his motorcycle collided with another officer's motorcycle. The motorcycle accident occurred last week.

Though a man who witnessed the crash believed that the motorcycles were traveling too fast, the local police sergeant told reporters that motorcycle officers undergo extensive training for this type of job. In fact, before the event the officers meet to ensure utmost safety when riding with the procession.

The crash occurred when the two motorcycle officers crashed. The impact forced one officer into traffic and straight into a car driving toward him, killing him. The other officer suffered a broken bone; the driver of the car was not hurt. California Highway Patrol is still investigating the crash to determine exactly how it happened.

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As the summer months approach, the number of motorcycles that are out on the roads will likely increase. But there are few things more frightening for a rider than getting into a motorcycle accident. These can occur when other drivers on the road are not aware of the motorcyclist in the lane next to them.

The Long Beach Police Department believes that this could be what happened when a man was killed after being struck by a pickup truck while on his motorcycle. The crash occurred in the evening earlier this week. The motorcyclist was approaching an intersection when a pickup truck turned in front of him. It is unclear, but the driver of the pickup truck may not have seen the motorcyclist.

When the two vehicles collided, the motorcyclist was thrown from his bike. He was about 15 feet from the accident scene when responders arrived. Motorcycles are by nature much smaller than the other vehicles on the road; a collision can cause serious damage to both the motorcycle itself and its rider.

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There are a number of different ways that a car accident can occur. But despite the initial cause of the crash, accidents can be devastating for the people involved, physically and emotionally. Accidents are especially frustrating for accident victims and their families if it was caused by the negligence of another.

A San Jose man was involved in a crash yesterday morning and was killed when another vehicle struck his pickup truck. The pickup truck was experiencing mechanical problems so the man had pulled to the side of the highway. He had apparently been in front of the truck when another car slammed into the truck.

California Highway Patrol reported that the collision caused the truck to hit the man, throwing him about 75 feet from the accident. Though it is unclear what sort of injuries the man initially sustained, they were severe and he died at the scene of the crash.

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