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Drunk Driving Accidents Archives

Drowsy and drinking, but not drunk? Still dangerous, even deadly

It's almost impossible in this day and age to remain ignorant of the deadly dangers of drunk driving. You probably already know to stay well under the legal limits of alcohol consumption when you're planning on getting behind the wheel. Separately, you may also already be familiar with the risks of "drowsy driving" -- extreme tiredness while operating a motor vehicle can be almost as dangerous as drinking and driving.

Can a driver can still be impaired and not legally drunk?

Most Indiana residents might believe that if a driver was not considered legally drunk, which means the individual had a blood alcohol content (BAC) below .08 percent, then the person was not impaired. That is not necessarily true.

2 dead following drunk driving accident in Indiana

Hendricks County was the site of tragedy the night of May 15 when two men tragically lost their lives near County Road 350. Indiana police responded to what is believed to have been a drunk driving accident that killed two men and seriously injured another woman. So far, no charges have been filed by authorities, but their investigation is still underway as of this report.

Serious accident claims lives of 3 students, injures another

Many students head to college to pursue their lifelong dreams for certain careers. They want to better their lives and often have promising lives ahead of them. Unfortunately, three students will not see where their college education can take them due to a serious accident in Indiana that claimed their lives.

The 4 factors to prove negligence in a drunk driving accident

Indiana residents who have been involved in car accidents and wish to file claims or lawsuits need to remember that it must be proved that the at-fault party was negligent. When it comes to proving negligence, there are four specific factors or elements that must be shown in a drunk driving accident. These are discussed below.

Drunk driver allegedly kills teenager watching TV in living room

It is not uncommon for drunk drivers to cause car accidents, and many lives have been lost in drunk driving accidents on Indiana roads. Unfortunately, the driving abilities of intoxicated drivers are typically so compromised that many have little control over where they are going. A teenager recently lost his life when a drunk driver smashed his vehicle into a house in Pennville.

Police say drunk driver ran stop sign, killed 10-year-old boy

Drunk drivers are dangerous, to himself and to others in or near the roadway. Impaired judgment and delayed reaction times can significantly increase the chances of a car accident, and the magnitude of such an accident can be substantial. In a recent accident blamed on an allegedly drunk driver here in Indiana, a 10-year-old girl lost her life.

Serious accident in Indiana may have been caused by cop

A fatal car accident has sparked an investigation into an Indiana police officer's evening. Reportedly, the cop struck and killed a pedestrian. The officer was off-duty when the serious accident occurred. Supposedly, there was a phone call made to 911 regarding a dark-clothed man who was walking down the middle of the road and refusing to move for traffic.

Alleged drunk driver hits moped, killing 1, injuring another

Motorists in Indiana are considered to be intoxicated if their blood alcohol content is .08 percent or higher. An alleged drunk driver is expected to be arrested upon his release from the hospital after allegedly causing the death of one person and injuries to another while driving with a BAC of .24 percent. Reportedly, this is not the first time that the man has faced accusations of driving while intoxicated.

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