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Most recent accident reports
It was about 11:20 a.m. when police were called regarding a man who had been robbed at at North First Street.
Seven vehicles were involved in fiery crash Tuesday morning along Interstate Highway 880 in San Leandro, injuring two people – one critically.
Fred Tuman was headed west on Route 28 at about 1:25 p.m. when his vehicle was suddenly struck head-on by an eastbound car that had crossed over the center line. The driver of that vehicle has been identified as Brian Henderson.
A 19-year-old male pedestrian was trying to cross Rockaway Turnpike at about 9:15 p.m. when he was hit by a car driven by a 55-year-old man.
A man believed to be in his early 50's was driving a cement truck on a dirt road near a canal, when the tires of the truck neared the edge of the road and part of it collapsed. This caused the truck to lose control and roll down the hillside.
The Colorado State Patrols says a moving truck traveling east on Larimer County Road 74E collided head-on with a Ford Ranger pickup truck Tuesday night. Two people in the pickup and one in the moving truck died at the scene.
A 64-year-old man was driving a Corvette and entering westbound I-94 when he lost control, left the freeway, and smashed into a tree.
Autumn Jenkins, 20, died in a head-on crash on Maryland Route 425 in Nanjemoy, Maryland. The crash occurred when a driver in a pickup truck collided with her head on. Police say alcohol was a factor.
The Florida Highway Patrol says at least one person id dead following a crash at Birch Street and Oak Crest Drive about 8:30 p.m. Tuesday night. Few details are available at this time; check back for updates.
A fatal crash left at least one person dead Tuesday night on Florida 16 at Paso Fino Road. Florida Highway Patrol troopers responded to the scene in Clay County about 9 p.m. Check back for updates on this developing story.
Barnard D. Fambro was driving in a Westside Jacksonville neighborhood when he lost control of his car and struck a tree. He sustained fatal injuries, and an 18-year-old passenger sustained non-life threatening injuries.
Date:Tuesday, April 28, 2015
A fire engine was responding to an emergency call and had its lights and sirens activated while it headed north on Filbert Street. An SUV that was was traveling west on Myrtle Street collided with the fire engine, which rolled onto its side.
George Chiribao was struck by a motorcyclist on April 28th on East Michigan Avenue. The motorcyclist fled the scene, and Chiribao was taken to Sacred Heart Hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.
The 17-year-old boy was driving at a high rate of speed southbound on Route 340 at about 2:25 a.m. Tuesday when he lost control of his car, struck a sign, overturned into an embankment, and was ejected from the car.
The fatal collision occurred Tuesday near the intersection of Buckner Boulevard and Samuell Avenue when a driver ran a red light and struck the vehicle driven by Christina Miller who crashed into a utility pole.
On Tuesday afternoon a trooper stopped Richard Stafford, 63, of Crossville, for a traffic violation on eastbound I-40.
It was about 12:55 p.m. when Jesus Valdez, 56, allegedly ran into oncoming traffic on North Broadway and was hit by a passing van. He was pronounced dead a few hours after the collision at the hospital. His death has been ruled an accident.
Just after midnight, a motorcycle traveling at high speed crashed into a pedestrian near the intersectio
An 85-year-old man was driving a Ford Focus on South Summit Avenue when he veered into the southbound lane and struck a Sanitary Linen Supply truck head-on.