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August 2013 Archives

Nine, no, make it ten times and out?

A man pled guilty to his ninth DWI charge last week and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Unfortunately, he will be eligible for parole in seven-and-a-half-years, but the Assistant District Attorney noted that he hoped the man be in for a "long time." The latest DWI charge occurred in September of 2011, when a Montgomery County sheriff's deputy observed the man's pickup weaving across the road into oncoming traffic.

Galveston bar sued for $1 million in deadly car accident

A bar in Galveston that allegedly sold alcohol to a patron who was obviously intoxicated has been sued for $1 million in damages for the death of a 34-year-old women who was killed as she and her boyfriend walked along the seawall.

Six die in south Texas police chase crash

Police chases and pursuits are dangerous. Law enforcement officers, suspects and bystanders are injured and killed every year in high-speed pursuits that take place on a regular basis across the country. In Texas, yesterday a high-speed chase led to an multi-vehicle crash at an intersection in Mission that left six people dead.

Truck crash on I-30 overpass

Modern interstate highway construction is remarkable. The roads, often eight to 12 lanes wide, with additional on- and off-ramps are massive, covering hundreds of acres of prime real estate in cities like Houston and Dallas, and across the country. Traffic engineers go to great lengths and enormous expense to route lanes over, under and across other lanes, to create areas where traffic can merge safety.

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