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The first of three graduation ceremonies for the Lawton Public Schools was held Thursday night at the Great Plains Coliseum. Investigators say the car's driver Lynelle Berg, of Vernon, Texas was northbound on Highway. New developments in the arrests of two suspected thieves Tuesday on the northeast side of Lawton. Thursday was the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the Navajo School storm shelter.
The crash occurred at approximately noon on Airport Road just south of Airline Drive. Firefighters extricated one person who was taken to the Terrell Municipal Airport where a CareFlite medical helicopter later transported the person to Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas. The Terrell Fire Department and Terrell Police Department also responded to the crash. Airport Road was closed while an accident investigator and emergency personnel were on scene.
James B. Bell, 46, of Frisco, was thrown from his Ford pickup and died after colliding with a northbound Honda Civic, according to the Department of Public Safety report. A press release described Bell as losing control of the pickup near the intersection of Denison Dam Road and crossing the center line of the roadway, but Tackett said Wednesday investigators aren't sure that's exactly what happened.
According to an initial investigation, the accident appears to be a head-on collision between a bus containing no passengers and a private vehicle. The additional driver, 70, was lightly to moderately wounded, and was also brought to the hospital after receiving treatment at the scene. "In the jeep were four passengers, men in their thirties. The driver was unconscious and suffered from multi-system organ failure, and the three passengers were unconscious, had no pulse and were not breathing. After a lengthy rescue process, we pronounced them dead."
Natalia Simons, 36, pleaded not guilty to a 12-count indictment that included aggravated vehicular homicide, vehicular manslaughter in the first- and second-degrees, assault,... Optimum Online customers get unlimited digital access Get unlimited digital access $14.99 A MONTH A Kings Park woman initially charged with driving drunk was arraigned Wednesday on upgraded grand jury charges in connection with a fatal, head-on collision in March, the Suffolk County district attorney's office said.
According to reports, 67-year-old William Thompson was driving through Chatham County, North Carolina with his wife, 63-year-old Kathleen, on Sunday when 59-year-old Mark Ricketts suddenly crossed into their lane. In a video of the incident - posted below - Voglezon was seen smashing the windows of the Thompsons' car with a fire extinguisher before pulling William Thompson from the wreckage and dragging him safely away. "I was just at the right place at the right time," he said.
Police say it is believed she was driving drunk. Both drivers had to be extricated from their vehicles and transported to the hospital. "Both operators were trapped in their vehicle and were required to be extricated by the fire department. They did detect intoxicants on one of the drivers of one of the vehicles," Lt. Police say Maynard was the driver of the vehicle headed eastbound, which crossed the center line.
A serious head-on collision that sparked an explosion near N.C. Highway 751 and O'Kelly Chapel Road in Chatham County has gone viral. The Highway Patrol is relying on eyewitness accounts while the people involved recover in the hospital. According to the NC Department of Transportation, there was a request to lower the speed limit below 55 mph in 2007. Consequently, the speed limit was lowered to 50 mph.
A devastating head-on collision between two cars in North Carolina resulted in a burning inferno, and a couple trapped inside their car, minutes from disaster! Stationed at the nearby Fort Bragg, Voglezon used a fire extinguisher to smash the windows before dragging the pair to safety. Speaking to ABCnews.com, Voglezon credited his army training and like all good heroes, refused to accept the hero status: I grabbed one of the fire extinguishers and we smashed out on the back window and the driver's side window. ....There wasn't a real plan, I just had tunnel vision.
That driver is also in the hospital recovering while eyewitnesses applaud the Good Samaritans who risked their own lives trying to rescue all of the people involved. "I knew at that point in time we've got to get tunnel vision. I knew that he was in the car. He couldn't get out of the car and the car was on fire. There really wasn't much else to think about," said Voglezon. The shocking crash has heightened the anxiety of those who live along O'Kelly Chapel Road.
A near head-on collision on state Route 18 on Monday critically injured a 64-year-old woman, who had to be extricated from her vehicle and airlifted to a nearby hospital, police said. A 16-year-old boy was driving a Chevrolet pickup truck southbound in Washington County about 3:30 p.m. when he crossed the center line, according to the Utah Highway Patrol, and crashed into the Chevrolet truck the woman was driving. The boy was wearing a seat belt, the Utah Highway Patrol said.