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Motorist-Assist Worker Killed in Missouri Auto Accident
Motorist-Assist Worker Killed in Missouri Auto Accident

A tragic accident last Friday resulted in the death of a Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) worker. A motorist-assist operator was hit by an alleged drunk driver while he was working at an accident scene on Interstate 70 around 3:00 am. The worker was a long time ...

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Blog Posts in 2012

  • Auto Accident Fatalities Rise in Missouri and Nationally

    Many people may assume with advances in car safety technologies and tougher driving laws motor vehicle accidents would be on the decline. This has ...

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  • Missouri Truck Accident Fatalities on the Rise

    Motor vehicle accidents involving commercial trucks are some of the most deadly. The recent increase in Missouri deaths from big rig auto accidents ...

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  • Missouri Bringing Awareness to Motorcycle Safety

    With warmer weather around the corner, Missouri motorists should be on the lookout for more motorcycles on the road. Roughly 40 percent of motorcycle ...

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  • Missouri Lawmakers Debate Texting While Driving Ban

    The Missouri House committee is currently considering a statewide ban on texting while driving. The ban has support from safety advocates and many ...

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  • Internet Given Credit for Decreasing Missouri Semi Truck Accidents

    The Missouri Highway Patrol has good news for motorists- More big rigs seem to be adhering to safety regulations. Hopefully, this results in fewer ...

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    It would seem to make sense to think that red-light cameras would cause more drivers to stop at intersections, and thereby decrease accidents. ...

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    Many sleep-deprived drivers are on America’s roads. Drowsy drivers are responsible for a significant number of motor vehicle accidents each year. In ...

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