The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) keeps track of the number of motor vehicle accidents that occur each year in the state, their causes as well as motorists' risk factors for becoming involved in them.
A 31-year-old Hesperia woman was taken into custody on Oct. 4 on manslaughter charges. Police believe that she is responsible for causing a 29-year-old motorcyclist's death that occurred at the intersection of Cottonwood Avenue and Main Street on Sept. 12 right before 7:50 p.m.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data shows that as much as 80 percent of all motorcyclists who are involved in crashes end up either getting injured or killed. While a portion of these are relatively unavoidable, a large percentage of them could've been avoided had the bikers taken a few extra precautions in advance.
Police have arrested and charged a 31-year-old Norwalk man for his role in a fatal car crash along the 605 Freeway on July 18. The crash resulted in two deaths and multiple injuries.
Data published by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shows that motorcyclists are much more apt to suffer injuries or die in a crash than drivers of passenger cars are.
If you ask the average individual what it's called when two motor vehicles collide with one another, they'll likely tell you that it's an "accident".
A recently published National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) study shows that Los Angeles is the deadliest county in all of Southern California. The most recent data compiled by the NHTSA from 2016 shows that there were at least 794 deadly car crashes in the one county alone that one year.
When you lose a loved one unexpectedly, it can leave you with unanticipated financial burdens including medical bills and funeral costs, the personal debts of the deceased and living without the support of that person's income.
A motorcyclist was struck and killed while out riding their motorbike along Los Angeles' 5 Freeway in the early morning hours of Sunday, March 18. California Highway Patrol (CHP) first started receiving reports of a crash along the portion of the interstate that runs through Elysian Valley just before 2:05 a.m.
A 50-year-old Lancaster man lost his life while riding his motorcycle along Granada Hills' 118 Freeway early in the morning on Friday, March 2. The man is believed to have died instantly when his bike crashed into the rear of a disabled vehicle. He was driving along the Ronald Reagan Freeway just before the Balboa Boulevard exit.