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October 2013 Archives

Mitsubishi denies fault for car fire

A lawsuit was filed against automaker Mitsubishi by the family of a Texas woman who burned to death in one of the company's vehicles, allegedly due to a malfunction that caused it to burst into flames. The wrongful death suit also named Smylie Unlimited and Meineke Car Care Centers as defendants in the case.

Five killed in two-vehicle accident

An accident involving a pickup truck and a second vehicle resulted in the death of five people in Texas. According to a sergeant with the Texas Department of Public Safety, the Dodge pickup, which was carrying two people, rear-ended a GMC truck that was carrying five people. The impact caused both vehicles to roll over before coming to rest in a nearby roadside ditch. All five people in the GMC were killed as a result of the accident.

Eight killed in bus crash

Texas bus operators and commercial drivers may have been saddened to hear of a tragic accident in Tennessee on Oct. 2. A church bus was traveling on Interstate 40 in the northeast corner of the state when its tire blew out, causing it to cross the median and into oncoming traffic. The bus collided with an SUV and a tractor trailer, leading to the bus overturning and the truck catching fire.