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Two-car crash kills one and injures seven in Iowa accident

An automobile collision can vary in degrees of seriousness, ranging from minor damage to fatal injuries. Even a simple error or negligent act could result in serious injuries, or even death. This is why it is crucial that drivers follow the rules of the road. Failure to uphold this duty of care could result in severe and even deadly results.

Motorcyclist suffers head injury in Iowa crash with SUV

To some bikers, owning and riding a motorcycle is a serious hobby, which often includes long motorcycle rides with fellow bikers and motorcycle rallies. Whether it is a single rider or a group of bikers, drivers in Iowa will often encounter motorcycles on the roadways. This is especially true during the summer months. Although it is not a rare event that motorists will need to share the road with motorcyclists, drivers may fail to notice them. This could lead to a motorcycle crash seriously affecting those on the bike.

Head-on crash in rural Iowa sends four to hospital

It is clear that roadways can be a dangerous place if certain precautions are not taken. In most cases, this does not only mean driving safely and following the rules of the road, but it also means ensuring the safety and quality of the vehicle being travelled in. Failing to do any of these steps could mean a disastrous crash. This not only endangers the driver but also other drivers and passengers on the roadway.

Iowa trooper injured in truck accidents

Drivers in Iowa will often encounter large trucks traveling on the various roadways across the state. Semi-trucks and tractor-trailers are frequently used to transport large shipments. Whether they are traveling a short or long distance, these massive vehicles could pose dangers and risks on the roadway. If a driver is not fully attentive or fails to utilize their mirrors and signals, they could collide with an unsuspecting driver, cyclist or pedestrian.

Fatal motorcycle crash in Iowa City

During the summer months, residents in Iowa often see an increase in motorcycles on the roadway. These small vehicles are able to maneuver quickly and could easily go undetected, due to the blind spots of larger vehicles. Whether it is during the daytime or nighttime hours, drivers should always be aware of their surroundings. That also means keeping an eye out for motorcyclists. Double-checking before making a turn or lane change could reduce the chances of a motorcycle accident.

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