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Two girls survive car accident that claims their mother's life

Washington residents know that tragedy can strike anyone at any time when behind the wheel of a car. Recently, a tragic car accident occurred outside the town of Naselle. According to reports, two injured children, ages four and two, were found in a forested area after the car they were riding in had been involved in a serious collision. Early reports of the car crash indicate that the car, which was being driven by their 26-year-old mother, struck a tree.

Sign commemorates fatal Washington motorcycle accident

Although it serves as a reminder of an unexpected tragedy, one Washington family hopes that a new street sign in their neighborhood will also help prevent similar tragedies from affecting other families. The new sign, posted along Southeast 223rd drive in Kent, is dedicated to the memory of David Daniel, who was killed in a motorcycle accident on August 22, 2012. The sign reminds motorists to avoid drunk driving.

Pedestrian accident kills Washington jogger

Seattle fitness buffs may want to take note of a disturbing recent incident that led to the death of a jogger in Olympia. According to reports, a 59 year old man was fatally struck by a Jeep while crossing an intersection during an early morning jog. Despite the fact that some of the people who rushed to help the man were nurses, he died at the location of the accident.

Long road to recovery for Washington car accident

Seattle residents hear about car accidents on an almost daily basis and the regularity of accident reports can make it easy to forget that the impact of a crash can affect injured victims long after media reports have become yesterday's news. The story of one Everett woman serves as a vivid reminder of the extent of physical pain and suffering that may result from a serious car accident.

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