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  • Drowsy Driving is a Major Threat to Traffic Safety

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, Jun 4, 2014

    The Dangers of Drowsy Driving Many Tennessee families lead busy lives. Between work and family obligations people often have their days jam-packed with activity. Over time, this can cause a person to become physically worn down; however, the time demands don't cease. Being overly fatigued can cause a number of problems, including falling asleep behind the wheel of a vehicle. When a person nods off ...
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  • Woman texting while driving crashes car into Knoxville home

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, Feb 14, 2011

    A Knoxville woman was arrested after she was involved in a single- car accident that caused serious property damage to a home on Northshore Drive in Knoxville. The 29-year-old woman was returning home from work when, police officers say, she was texting while driving, causing her to lose control of her vehicle. The woman drove the car off the road, hitting a fire hydrant and then the front porch ...
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  • The Holidays Are an Especially Dangerous Time for Drunk Driving Accidents

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, Dec 27, 2010

    Law enforcement officers who respond to drunk driving accidents know just how terrible these accidents can be. Veteran officers who have had to scrape up body parts want the general public to share their concern about minimizing the bloody toll that impaired driving can take - especially at the holidays. That's why Tennessee state troopers are out in force this year between Thanksgiving and New ...
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  • AAA Warns Risk of Alcohol Related Crash Spikes Over New Year's

    Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge, Dec 10, 2010

    As 2010 draws to a close, the New Year's holiday and all the festivities it entails is around the corner. A recent study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has found that this coming weekend may be one of the most dangerous weekends to be on the road. The AAA study found that the average number of deaths from alcohol-related automobile accidents on New Year's Day was almost 150 percent ...
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