Family and friends of the Opelousas High School Magnet Academy of Biomedical Sciences community have banded together to remember the impact one of their teachers had on them. A fatal accident in her car claimed her life.
An auto accident between a military Humvee and an 18-wheeler truck on I-49 this week resulted in the death of a Louisiana Army National Guardsman. Unfortunately, truck accidents involving 18-wheeler trucks occur all too frequently and often end in serious bodily injury or death because 18-wheeler trucks can pose great hazards. Drivers in Louisiana -- whether they operate smaller vehicles or large trucks -- must be aware of these hazards and remember to always exercise caution. There are many ways to avoid such accidents and the tragedies and expenses that arise from them.
A local man is dead after an automobile crashed into his bicycle in Lacombe, Louisiana, and then fled from the scene. Fellow Louisiana residents should learn from this story. It illustrates just how dangerous car accidents can be when they involve bicycles. It also underscores the complex legal and financial issues that can arise when a negligent driver flees the scene of an accident.
Louisiana highway I-10 is finally opened after an unlicensed driver caused a disastrous multi-vehicle crash in which a tanker carrying flammable liquid was rear-ended and leaked some of its content all over the highway. The local man flipped his car into the middle of the interstate after clipping a tractor-trailer truck, which resulted in the multi-vehicle trucking accident. The incident reminds Louisiana drivers of the serious injuries that can flow from a trucking accident and that there can be multiple causes for such accidents.