Accident News from Around the U.S.
Accident Data Center serves as a one-stop resource to locate up-to-date information on major traffic accidents across the country. When someone you know has been in an accident, it is often difficult and time consuming to locate accurate information about the accident. Accident Data Center is a unique information clearinghouse that provides timely, accurate accident information including:
- Date of the accident;
- Street, city, and county of the accident site;
- Names of those involved;
- Live links to the media articles about the accident.
The data center is updated daily, providing users with crucial accident information as it becomes available. Many of our visitors use the site as a place to connect with family members and friends and to communicate important information without worrying about who is friends with who on Facebook. We're expanding this aspect of the site, and we'll soon allow family members to directly edit the information on the pages about their accident so they can fix mistakes, leave remembrances or support important causes. We'll also be adding more resources, from non-profits fighting to bring accident numbers down to law firms with the compassion and expertise to help people through the difficult early days while ensuring the critical legal details are taken care of.
Accident Data Center is a free, comprehensive resource for anyone looking for up-to-date and accurate information on recent accidents across the United States. Combined with the valuable information contained in the resource library, the site is a tool for anyone involved in an accident and seeking information regarding the issues and problems of working through one.
250 Newest Accidents in our Archive
Five people were killed in a crash Sunday afternoon on I-10 in Grand Ridge. The crash occurred around 4 p.m. when a Honda Civic heading eastbound on the interstate drove across the median and collided with a truck headed westbound.
The crash happened on South Meridian Road at M-20 in Midland County’s Homer Township at around 9:30 p.m. Saturday. Vickie Shauger was stopped for a red light in a Nissan Sentra when her car was hit from behind by Dodge Neon driven by a 24-year-old Brandon McMullen.
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