People see signs that say, 'Caution Hidden Driveway.' How often do people actually pay attention to those signs and exercise caution in Ohio? A car accident that occurred recently in Union Township points to the seriousness of the need to pay attention to such signs.
When one thinks of ice cream trucks and children in Ohio one envisions laughter, smiling faces and cold, sweet ice cream. One does not envision the sounds of a car crash, whirring Life Flight helicopters and ambulance sirens blaring. But that was the situation in a tragic crash near Huber Heights.
When a person gets behind the wheel of a car in Ohio he or she does not expect that it will be for the last time. While most people understand that driving is a risk, it is not normally at the forefront of a person's mind. When a person sets out on a trip or errand, he or she expects to return. Sadly, an unexpected car accident can happen at any time.
It's spring and spring means high school proms in Ohio. Proms should be a time of celebration and creating high school memories. All too often, prom memories include memories of tragedies. Young drivers may be excited about the festivities and become distracted. A tragic car crash can result.
Driving on wet roads in Ohio can be hazardous. When a tractor-trailer is added to the equation the risk may escalate. A car crash may ensue. Such was the case in a recent accident on I-75 near Dayton.
Young people go off to college in Ohio to prepare for the rest of their lives. Families send them off for their first year full of hopes and dreams. Anticipation of graduation and the next phase of a young person's life is never far from a family's thoughts. When a tragic car accident cuts short those dreams, the stress to a family can be overwhelming.
Easter Sunday is typically about spending time with families, hoping for spring and eating a festive meal. People set out for their family celebrations expecting to reach their destinations safely. They don't expect to be involved in a horrible and fatal car crash. Unfortunately, such an accident happened near Springfield, Ohio this past Easter Sunday.
Traffic accidents are never expected and always scary. No accident is scarier than one that involves a fatality and injuries. No matter how careful and observant a driver, a car accident can still happen in Ohio. Living through an accident and through its aftermath is one of life's more stressful situations.
It is past St. Patrick's Day, and everyone is tiring of winter. Spring is in sight and one can feel it in the air. And then it happens, the March snow storm. It can happen at anytime and be a brief snow shower or a squall, complete with white outs, that can create hazardous driving conditions in Ohio that can lead to a car crash.
Those who live in Ohio know how treacherous winter driving can be. This can be particularly true when the weather is so changeable and is difficult to predict. Most drivers are aware of these circumstances and exercise appropriate caution when driving in the snow. Sometimes another driver is not as cautious, or is even reckless, and a deadly car crash can result.