Drinking and driving are not a healthy combination. This is common knowledge, but even with the plethora of options available for alternative transportation via cellphone apps, people still choose to drink and drive. That decision can have tragic ramifications and result in a drunk driving accident in New Jersey.
How many times a day do people get out of taxi cabs in New Jersey? How many times a day do people think their lives may end as they step out of a taxi cab? Most people are thinking about their meetings, their lunches, their jobs, or just the day ahead of them. Sadly, such a tragic incident befell a man in Plainfield earlier this year as a result of a DUI accident.
In spite of wrong way and do not enter signs on access ramps to highways, drivers can still end up driving in the wrong direction on a highway in New Jersey. Particularly if alcohol is a contributing factor, a drunk driving accident can result. Such a crash occurred recently on Route 36 in Middletown.
This winter was a long cold winter in New Jersey and most of the country. When May arrived, and with it warmer temperatures, people ventured out of their houses. No one expected to be the victim of a drunk driving accident. A gentleman from North Brunswick was walking recently when he was struck and killed by a vehicle driven by a 52-year-old woman.
Driving while impaired can lead to serious consequences, including possible jail time and/or fines. It can also result in an accident. Although New Jersey drivers are made aware of the dangers of drunk driving, many people continue to take the risk and get behind the wheel after drinking. Sadly, this negligent action can cause a serious drunk driving accident that could take the life of an innocent bystander.
One of the many risks of driving commonly forgotten is other people operating their vehicles simultaneously on the road. Drivers are unaware if other motorists are distracted, under the influence or falling asleep at the wheel. Unfortunately, the negligence of other drivers can cause harm or deadly collisions. Recently, a New Jersey elderly couple was fatally injured in a drunk driving accident.
A motor vehicle collision can happen in an instant and may result in property damage, serious injuries or even fatalities. This is particularly true when drivers are distracted, whether due to drowsiness, trying to perform other tasks while driving or being intoxicated. One man was killed and another injured in a recent drunk driving accident in New Jersey.
Roadways can be dangerous enough without the added effects of intoxication. Unfortunately, some drivers still choose to get behind the wheel after consuming alcohol or drugs. The resulting accidents often lead to serious injuries or fatalities. One recent drunk driving accident took the life of a New Jersey pedestrian.
Fatal motor vehicle accidents can be devastating for families. This is especially true when the collision could have possibly been prevented had someone avoided driving after consuming alcohol. A New Jersey woman was recently killed in one such drunk driving accident.
Drinking and driving is never an acceptable action. Though some drivers may make it to their destinations without incident, many people have the potential for causing injury when they practice this type of behavior. One man has been killed and a woman injured in a recent DUI accident in New Jersey.