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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is currently publicizing their Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. Additionally, law enforcement agencies in North Carolina and across the nation will be stepping up efforts to catch and deter drunk drivers during the Labor Day weekend. Unfortunately, the Labor Day holiday weekend is frequently associated with a spike in injury causing and fatal crashes involving drunk drivers. According to the NHTSA, during the Labor Day holidays from 2011 to 2015, more than 750 people were killed in drunk driving crashes.

Accidents involving drunk drivers are often devastating for drivers and passengers in other vehicle. Roadways should be safe and free of drunk drivers on holiday weekends and all year long. The team at Davis Law Group, P.A. wishes everybody a Happy and Safe Labor Day weekend.

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The North Carolina State Highway Patrol is currently publicizing their safety campaign regarding the upcoming solar eclipse. According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, the State Highway Patrol is calling on motorists to put safety first on North Carolina roadways during this busy event. They have a variety of tips for locals and travelers who will be in North Carolina for the total solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, 2017. In addition to local drivers, they’re also expecting plenty of traffic due to people traveling to see the eclipse from certain areas in Western North Carolina. Listed below are some of the State Highway Patrol’s safety tips for the upcoming solar eclipse.

State Highway Patrol Pre and Post-Eclipse Safety Tips

  • Arrive to your viewing destination early.
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Law enforcement officers are on the lookout for a driver who failed to stop in Yancey County. According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, the incident happened near Burnsville on Monday night. For currently unknown reasons, a driver in a gold Toyota 4Runner took off near Plum Branch Road in Yancey County. Deputies attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver sped away.

There has been no word on whether or not the driver was involved in any kind of collision. This incident is likely still under investigation, as law enforcement officials are still searching for the driver. If you have been injured or if you have lost a loved one due to the dangerous, negligent or reckless actions of another driver in or around Asheville, contact Davis Law Group, P.A. at 866-397-2897 for a free case consultation.

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Business owners, concerned community members and traffic engineers are working together to improve safety in Asheville’s busy River Arts District (RAD). According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, the City of Asheville is getting ready to lower speed limits on various high-traffic roadways in the area. Crosswalks to improve pedestrian safety, strategic rumble strips and additional traffic safety signs will also be installed over the next few months.

At this time, the area is well known for being dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians. Numerous vehicle collisions have also been reported in the RAD over the past year. Community members are hoping these improvements will make the area safer for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.

If you have been injured or if you have lost a loved one in a car accident in or around the Asheville area, contact Davis Law Group, P.A. at 866-397-2897 for a free consultation.

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New details have emerged about the crash that took the life of an East Henderson High School senior last week. The driver involved, Matthew Schmieder, was driving on a suspended license due to multiple wrecks and speeding violations. Prior to the crash, he was trying to pass multiple cars in a no-passing zone. Initial reports indicate that Schmieder smelled like alcohol on the scene, and drug paraphernalia was found in his belongings at the hospital. East Henderson High School senior Derek Miller was killed in the collision that happened on Kanuga Road.

Fatal Hendersonville Crash

According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, Schmeider could be facing second-degree murder charges and felony death by vehicle. This wreck is likely still under investigation with local law enforcement officials, and there has been no word on the extent of Schmeider’s injuries or his current condition. East Henderson High School students and community members have been grieving the loss of an exceptional and well-loved young man.

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