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December 2013 Archives

Alaska car accident puts 1 person in the hospital

Accidents happen daily across the country, and sometimes they are unavoidable. However, many accidents that occur on the roads of the United States are caused by the negligence of one or more drivers and are therefore often avoidable. One car accident in Alaska recently sent one of the individuals involved to the hospital with major injuries.

Alaska car accident victim may find justice

It can be very hard for victims to move on when they are constantly reminded of a tragic accident. This means that when a trial approaches and there is an end in sight, the victims are often glad it is over. One victim of an Alaska car accident may be starting to have feelings of hope, as the person who supposedly caused the accident he was involved in was indicted recently.

Car accident in Alaska causes another collision

Sometimes accidents can pile up, and one accident can lead to two or more. Whether this is because drivers are paying attention to a passing accident instead of the road, or because the accident causes traffic, negligence is often a cause for other accidents. Unfortunately, one car accident occurred shortly after another recently and ended up injuring one person in Alaska.

Aviation Accidents: St. Mary's Tragic Crash Kills 4 and Injures 6

Four people died in a plane crash on Friday, November 29, 2013 and six passengers were seriously injured.  The plane was operated by Hagelund Aviation which is owned by Era Alaska.  According to news accounts, the plane took off from Bethel, Alaska about 5:40 p.m. with nine passengers and the pilot.  The plan was traveling to Mountain Village, about 25 miles west of St. Marys by road.  The plan crashed about 3 miles from the St. Mary's airport.  First responders learned of the crash about 6:30 p.m..  Forty to 50 local residents on foot and on snowmachines began a search for the wreck, but the plane couldn't be found for more than an hour.  Heavy fog in the area hindered the search.  The National Transportation Board is investigating the crash.

Car accident in Alaska injures small child

Buses are meant to carry passengers, and because of this they are not always built to be maneuverable. Harsh weather conditions can make driving a bus even harder, and if a driver is not careful, accidents can happen that could cause injury to the driver or someone else. A car accident in Alaska -- involving a school bus -- left a young child with injuries recently.

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