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November 2014 Archives

Montana head-on collision injures 2

Local news agencies report that a two-vehicle head-on collision in Kalispell at around 11:45 a.m. on Nov. 18 left both drivers with various injuries. Firefighters extricated both parties from their vehicles, and ambulances transported them to Kalispell Regional Medical Center with injuries of a non-life threatening-nature.

Rollover accidents in Montana

Persons who are involved in a rollover collision are 30 times more likely to die as a result than those involved in other types of motor vehicle accidents. Certain types of vehicles, including SUVs, vans and trucks have a higher likelihood of rolling over due to having higher centers of gravity, but any vehicle can potentially have a rollover accident.

2 men killed in wrong-way crash

On Oct. 31, Montana Highway Patrol conducted a total station investigation to look into the details of a fatal accident that took place along U.S. 93 the previous day. According to one of the troopers, a total station investigation is a survey of an accident scene used to create a two-scale diagram. While the investigation was underway, the roadway near the scene of the wreck was shut down.

Automotive supplier faces recall pressures

Montana residents whose vehicles are fitted with air bags may be concerned about reports of deployment problems. Takata, an automotive supplier, is facing pressures by government officials in connection with the need for parts to make the appropriate repairs. Nearly 8 million air bags are of concern in the defective product case.

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