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Massachusetts residents face dangers of texting while driving

Texting while driving is becoming a menace on Massachusetts roads. Over 3,000 people were killed in traffic accidents caused by distracted driving on American roadways in 2010, according to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. Some reports put that figure much higher. The number of nonfatal injuries attributable to texting while driving stands in the hundreds of thousands every year.

Worcester car accident leaves driver, passenger seriously injured

Recently, a crash in Worcester left two people with injuries. The car accident, which occurred in the late evening hours, left the driver's vehicle overturned on the side of the roadway. Both men in the car -- the driver and the passenger -- were taken to area hospitals.

Ma car accident victim awakes from coma

Those severely injured in a car accident can face a difficult and costly recovery. Just ask a Massachusetts man, who had to be life-flighted to UMass Worcester, after sustaining serious injuries in car accident. The man recently came out of a coma. Now he faces an uncertain rehabilitation starting with three months of speech and memory therapy.

Accurate information helps prove liability in Boston-area crashes

Collecting as much information as possible at the crash site following the incident can prove to be invaluable for those injured in a car accident. A recent Boston-area car accident sent a 78-year-old man to the hospital. The multi-car crash resulted when an SUV sped over a grassy median, slamming into two other vehicles.

Worcester man killed in drunk driving accident

Recently, a 48-year old Worcester man was killed in car accident. The auto accident occurred when a drunk driver in a car slammed into a pickup truck driven by the 48-year old victim. As both vehicles approached an intersection, the car struck the pickup truck on the driver's side, causing the truck to flip. The driver of the car, who is intensive care at a local hospital with serious head injuries, faces multiple charges, including motor vehicle homicide and drunken driving, speeding and driving to endanger.

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