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Police say pedestrian accident caused by intoxicated woman

Drivers must keep an eye out for people on foot as they make their way along the road. Children playing, people walking or perhaps a person waiting by a disabled vehicle can often be close to passing traffic. Recently, a Texas woman, who was apparently intoxicated at the time, caused a pedestrian accident that killed one and injured another. 

Construction adds to danger caused by truck accidents

Texas is one of the most populous states in the nation, so drivers in the state are likely no strangers to heavy traffic conditions as they make their way to their destinations. Even when drivers do their best to be considerate of those around them and are attentive to traffic laws, crashes still occur. One scenario that seems to increase the risk of fatal truck accidents is when there is heavy traffic in a construction zone. 

Pedestrian accidents rising at an alarming rate

Texas drivers would likely say that they do their best to watch out for people on foot as they drive. Many roads have frequent foot travel in close proximity to the roadway. Crossings and places with no sidewalk can be especially dangerous, and extra caution must be used. This summer, pedestrian accidents in Texas have occurred within days of each other, leaving scenes of death and serious injury in their wake. 

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