Friday, July 6, 2012
Single Car Accident Causes 867
People to Lose Power
A single car accident in Southern California caused a total of 867 residents to lose power on the morning of July 3rd. The crash occurred on Harbor Boulevard, north of Kashlan Road. Deputy Suzanne Talley reports that a truck struck a power pole, causing the wires to fall to the ground. No one was injured in the accident and drugs or alcohol are not thought to have been a factor. Aside from the large number of people who were left without power, those involved were very fortunate.
This story demonstrates just how quickly a car accident can occur and how much damage one can inflict with little or no warning. As a company dedicated to driver safety, 1 800 411 Pain strongly advises motorists to focus as closely on driving as possible when operating a vehicle. Even small distractions can lead to enormous accidents.
For more of the latest information regarding accident statistics and driver safety, visit www.411Pain-News.com. Robert Lewin, owner of 411 Pain, reminds you not to drink and drive, and to always wear a seat belt.
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