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September 2012 Archives

Sevier County accident leaves 2 dead

A recent wreck in Sevier County has left a youth pastor and a 16-year-old high school student dead and several others seriously injured. The car accident occurred when an SUV crossed the center line and slammed head-on into a church van. Police say drugs may have been involved as drugs were found inside the SUV.

Knoxville drivers amongst best, but negligence still abounds

According to the Allstate Insurance Company's 2012 "America's Best Drivers Report," Knoxville fell three spots from sixth to ninth. On average, Knoxville drivers have a car accident only once every 12.2 years. Though the city remains in the top ten, the drop shows that the roads are not entirely safe. In addition, though these statistics can give comfort to those who have not had a serious wreck recently, they do little for those who are or will go through the trauma associated with a car crash.

Tennessee Labor Day checkpoints nab drunk drivers

Holidays give people reason to celebrate. When the partying involves alcohol, however, the dangers of a drunk driving accident rise. In an attempt to prevent and reduce the occurrence of these accidents, the Tennessee Highway Patrol established DUI checkpoints this past Labor Day. THP seems to claim it as a success.

Negligent driver causes injuries in Sevierville crash

A wreck can be a traumatic experience. At the very least, those involved have to deal with vehicle damage and a rush of emotions. Many times, unfortunately, personal injury or death results from a car accident. Knoxville drivers need to be aware of how often these serious accidents occur and what they can do to cover unexpected expenses related to a crash.

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