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Police may have failed to promptly investigate Virginia accident

When Manassas, Virginia residents find themselves in the unfortunate situation of a car accident, they generally expect that local authorities will take charge of the scene. While this is very often the case, sometimes the victim of a car accident or truck accident may have to pursue other avenues for help after an incident, as a recent accident demonstrated.

Two-car accident spurs multi-vehicle pileup on Virginia roadway

Any bad event can have a negative ripple effect, including car accidents that happen on major interstates. On Aug. 11 in central Virginia, a two-car auto accident quickly spiraled into a horrendous multi-vehicle accident that wound up causing several injuries. The car crash occurred on Interstate 81 near Lexington, on a mid-August weekend that featured heavy rains.

Is saving more lives per year worth it for trucking industry?

Almost all industries in the United States are permeated with various rules and regulations, most of them focusing on safety. When research emerges that points to increased safety, most fields will adopt new ways to make these higher safety standards a reality. Occasionally, though, industries will resist new changes in order to save money or amplify profits and efficiency.

Virginians with ignition interlocks from drunk driving soar

With many Northern Virginians residing close to the nation's capital, residents are generally familiar with efforts to legislate personal responsibility. Seat belt laws, for instance, or regulations on cell phone usage are helpful reminders that safety should be everyone's priority when on the road. Of course, not all drivers behave conscientiously all the time, which is one reason why Virginia enacted a tougher law regarding drunk driving last year.

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