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TWO ACCIDENTS IN LARNACA HOSPITALIZE TWO
IN NICOSIA CRITICALLY
An 18 year old and a 39-year old men
from Larnaca are being treated
at Nicosia and Larnaca General Hospital following two
different road accidents yesterday in Larnaca , the
former was with on a motorcycle and the second with
his car . The 18 year old was not wearing a protective
helmet while the 39-year old had no seatbelt on.
ACCIDENT VICTIM DIES IN HOSPITAL
An 18-year-old man from Tseri in Nicosia died of his injuries
on Tuesday, following a road accident which left him
hospitalised in critical condition. The victim, who was not
wearing a helmet, was thrown from his motorbike
and trapped under another car.
TOP 25 CAUSES OF CAR ACCIDENTS
1. Distracted Driving
The number one cause of car accidents is not a criminal that drove drunk,
sped or ran a red light. Distracted drivers are the top cause of car accidents
in the U.S. today. A distracted driver is a motorist that diverts his or her
attention from the road, usually to talk on a cell phone, send a text message
or eat food.
Here are some common driver distractions:
- Talking on a cell phone
- Sending text messages
- Reaching for a moving object inside the vehicle
- Looking at an object or event outside of the vehicle
- Reading a book
- Eating food
- Applying makeup.
3. Drunk Driving
4. Reckless Driving
If the weather gets bad so do the roads. Car accidents happen
very often in the rain because water creates slick and
dangerous surfaces for cars, trucks, and motorcycles and
often causes automobiles to spin out of control or skid while
braking. To avoid a car accident, drive extra careful when it
7. Running Stop Signs
Stop signs should never be ignored, but when they are, serious car accidents are
often the result. Each year, thousands of car accidents occur because one driver ran
a stop sign. Many rollover accidents and side-impact car accidents result from
drivers that run stop signs. You should always look both ways when proceeding
through a stop sign.
8. Teenage Drivers
Youth is wasted on the young, but careful driving is never wasted on young drivers.
Unfortunately, teenagers aren’t often known for their carefulness. When teen drivers
hit the roads they don’t always know what to do and that lack of experience ends up
causing car accidents.
Inexperience Often Leads to Car Accidents for Teen Drivers
Teenage drivers are more likely than older drivers to underestimate dangerous
situations or are simply unable to recognize them.
Teenage drivers are more likely to drink and drive (DUI), drive with distractions
Teenage drivers are also the age group most likely not to wear a seat belt, which
make their injuries and death totals in car accidents far worse.
9. Night Driving
10. Design Defects
No product is ever made perfectly, and cars are no different. Automobiles have
hundreds of parts, and any of those defective parts can cause a serious car accident.
Many automakers have had problems with design defects in the past, including Ford
11. Unsafe Lane Changes
There will always come a time where you need to get over to another lane (i.e. exit
from a freeway, get in the correct lane to make a turn, etc.). When drivers don’t make
safe lane changes properly, it often leads to a car accident. To prevent a needless car
accident, use your turn signal, check your blind spots and always proceed carefully
into the next lane.
12. Wrong-Way Driving
Everyone has lapses in judgment, but when behind the wheel of a car, those clouded
instincts can be deadly. You can turn down a street thinking it is a normal right turn,
when in actuality, it is a one-way street in the opposite direction. When you go the
wrong way, everyone is in danger because as you head towards a car accident.
13. Improper Turns
The reason that we have stop lights, turn signals, and lanes designated for moving
either right or left as opposed to straight is because when drivers ignore the rules of
the road, car accidents are often the result. To prevent a car accident, always look for
signs and obey the proper right-of-way before you make a turn.
Many drivers are impatient and reckless, driving so close to another car that they
cannot react in time if the car in front of them brakes suddenly. Many fatal car
accidents have occurred when a motorist dangerously tailgated another driver at high
speeds. You can prevent these car accidents by giving the car in front of you a one-
car-length buffer for every 10 mph you drive.
15. Driving Under the Influence of Drugs
16. Ice 17. Snow
18. Road Rage
Everyone has been angry at another driver for one reason or another, but some
drivers let their rage overcome them. By tailgating another driver in anger or speeding
past another driver only to pull in front of them and brake, these road “ragers” cause
many needless car accidents each year.
Drivers run the risk of losing control of their car or blowing out a tire when they drive
over these potholes. If you see a pothole in your car’s path, you can avoid a car
accident by making sure that your tires do not drive over it.
20. Drowsy Driving
If you find yourself wanting to fall asleep at the wheel, pull over when it’s safe and try
to take a quick 30 minute power nap or call to your family to come to pick you up.
21. Tire Blowouts
Most highways are littered with the scattered remains of a tire blowout. Tire blowouts
can cause you to lose control of your vehicle, and they are especially dangerous for
bigger automobiles like semi-trucks. When encountering a tire blowout, try to maintain
control of your vehicle and pull over safely and you will likely avoid a serious car
23. Deadly Curves
24. Animal Crossings
25. Street Racing