States Rethink Helmet Laws

The National Transportation Safety Board would like to see mandatory helmet laws in all states. Right now, how they handle the issue is still up to each individual state. Currently, every state but Illinois, Iowa and New Hampshire has some form of helmet law although some of the laws only target certain riders and others … Continue reading

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Flash Flood Fatal to Family of Five

The Constatinides family, of Colorado Springs, had no idea what was in store for them when packed up their camp site to move upstream in the early hours of Tuesday, July 19, 2011. Laurel and Alex Constantinides, of Colorado Springs, and their three daughters – Hannah Xian, 8, Zoe Hong Chun, 5, and Lucia Yoon … Continue reading

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Man Killed Riding Homemade Motorcycle

Jerry Perez, 23, of Lee County, FL was riding home from the mall when he lost control of his bike and collided with a UPS truck. The accident occurred on July 27, 2011 and Perez was driving a motorcycle that he had built himself just two weeks before. Authorities also believe that he was speeding, … Continue reading

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Golf Carts More Dangerous Than Expected

One doesn’t often consider golf carts when thinking of automotive fatalities. After all, they don’t seem to go that fast, and they aren’t that heavy. There have even been images posted on the web where a cart has rolled over on someone and, at worst, they escaped with a few bruises. Golf carts are generally … Continue reading

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Rider Still Critical After July Crash

Twenty-three-year-old Karl W. “Moose” Hujus of Pagosa Springs is still listed in critical condition after colliding with another vehicle on July 17, 2011. According to the latest newspaper article, Hujus was travelling eastbound on Highway 160 when the driver of a Subaru Imprezza, Jack Winchester, 87,turned left in front him. Hujus hit the passenger side … Continue reading

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