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Suspected drunk driver strikes two international students

America is a place that welcomes many people with open arms. As such, each year, thousands of international students make their way to the United States. They take classes, enjoy the scenery and travel the country to send photos and information back to the people they care about in their home countries.

How do most truck accident cases happen?

Semitrucks are giant behemoths that cause catastrophic injuries and damages whenever they get into a crash. To make an analogy, an 18-wheeler getting into a collision with a compact car is like a mountain versus molehill. This is why strict federal laws exist to govern the driving habits and maintenance standards that apply to truck drivers and their vehicles.

Here's what you should do after a car accident

Being in a car accident can be nerve-wracking. Even if you escape without an injury, you'll likely be rattled and you won't be thinking clearly. For this reason, you need to have a post-accident action plan to carry out -- and you should write it down and keep it in your glove box.

When you lose a loved one without notice

It's not easy to lose a loved one no matter how it happens. When the loss of someone close to you comes without notice, however -- and when you expected to spend the rest of your life with that person by your side -- the loss can be devastating beyond words. Many Virginia residents never fully recover emotionally from such a loss.

Did you get saved by the Jaws of Life?

Before rescue workers started using the Jaws of Life, injured people in car crashes might get trapped in the mangled metal of a vehicle for many hours before they could be freed. The time it took to free the accident victim represented a significant delay that might result in the worsening of health conditions and death. The Jaws of Life served to speed up the process of freeing trapped victims from car accident wreckage so they can receive the life-saving medical attention they require.

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