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February 2015 Archives

Driver loses control in fatal Georgia crash

Police say that a driver lost control of a Ford Mustang outside of a car wash in Sandy Springs, crashed into the building and killed a man inside of it. The accident happened around 5 p.m. on Feb. 14. Hours after the accident, authorities were taking photographs of the scene to determine if the crash was an accident.

Whiplash injuries from car accidents

People who have the misfortune to become involved in a car accident in Georgia may find themselves at risk of whiplash. This is a medical condition that occurs when a heavy impact shakes a person, causing their head to whip back and forth on their neck. This sort of violent motion can be extremely injurious to the structures of the neck, head and spine.

Van crashes through Georgia restaurant, kills man

According to the Cobb County Police Department, a 19-year-old man was killed and a 22-year-old restaurant employee injured when a van crashed through the front of a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant. The accident happened on Feb. 6 around 4:50 p.m. at the restaurant located in Kennesaw.

An overview of impaired driving facts

Georgia residents who have been involved in car accidents involving drunk drivers likely care deeply about the issue. Statistics are helpful for providing insight on factors such as those most likely to be involved in certain types of impairment-related incidents. This can be translated into action by those who are committed to improving motor vehicle safety for the population at large.

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