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Three Times the Legal Limit in Alcohol-related Car Wreck

A San Antonio police officer named Stephanie Brown, who had been an officer for three years, was killed when she was struck head on by an SUV driven by former U.S. Army sergeant Chris Baldaramos. As Eva Ruth Moravec reports for the San Antonio-Express News, Baldaramos's blood-alcohol content was apparently three times the legal limit at the time of the San Antonio car wreck.

San Antonio Area Bicycle Accident Kills Middle-Aged Man

Last Friday in Schertz, a dump truck driver was pulling out of a parking lot when he failed to see a bicyclist. The results couldn't have been more disastrous: the dump truck collided with the man on the bicycle, killing him on impact.

Automakers' Tactics Try to Prevent Victims from Getting Their Due

Automakers' defective vehicles have recently injured thousands of people, yet they are making it increasingly difficult for victims to win settlements in legitimate cases. Legal experts believe companies like Toyota - which has seen a sharp increase in catastrophic injuries and deaths as a result of the unintended acceleration in some of its vehicles - will basically try to outlast and outspend plaintiffs in lawsuits, even after the plaintiff wins a jury verdict.

Trucking Crashes Stay in News: $63 Million Settlement in Focus

Commercial truck accidents have recently grabbed the attention of many folks in San Antonio and the rest of the Southwest. Undoubtedly, the most captivating story has been the $62.7 million settlement resulting from a fatal semi-truck accident.

Ford F-150s Pose Fire Hazard: NHTSA Considering a Possible Recall

A staple of life for many Texans, the Ford F-150 pickup truck is currently being investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) because of a defect that can cause fuel-system fires and spills.

Deadly Bus Crash Caused by Driver Error and Mechanical Failure

The Department of Public Safety has concluded its analysis on what caused the fatal San Antonio-area bus crash in March. They found that the accident resulted from a combination of mechanical failure and the panicked bus driver's reaction.

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