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  • Wild Car Accident Caused by Group of Wild Hogs

    Posted By Stephen Stewart || 29-Mar-2013

    Drivers are not the only ones who can cause car accidents. An accident was caused this week by a group of somewhere between 25 and 30 hogs. We are not talking about the nickname given to a group of motorcycle riders. It was a group of feral hogs. The rollover accident occurred on Friday, March 22 when a family was driving on SH 130 just outside of San Marcos, Texas. The father, mother, daughter, ...
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  • GM Break Light Problems Causing Accidents?

    Posted By Stephen Stewart || 19-Mar-2013

    A lot of car accidents are caused by driver negligence. A driver might be talking on their cellphone, turn without looking, run a red light or a number of other behaviors that fall below the reasonable duty of care that they owe to other drivers. However, there are some car accidents that occur as a result of the car itself. More specifically as a result of a defective auto component installed in ...
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  • Underage Drinking an Issue on St. Patty's Day, Stay Safe in Texas

    Posted By Stephen Stewart || 15-Mar-2013

    March is like the "perfect storm" for underage drinking. There are a lot of colleges and universities across the great state of Texas, March is spring break month, and Austin draws a lot of students to the area ready to let loose for one week. Law enforcement officials in Texas know that when college kids congregate, underage drinking is often an issue and most of us don't make the ...
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  • Sleep Is the Topic of the Week in Austin and Nationwide

    Posted By Stephen Stewart || 8-Mar-2013

    Have you ever been driving down I-35 and don't exactly remember the last few miles? Have you ever experienced that feeling when you close your eyes for a second but you wonder how long you were out? Have you ever been asked a question and taken a couple seconds to respond with a simple answer? You were probably sleepy at the time. This week is National Sleep Awareness Week, running from March ...
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