UNIT #1 WAS TRAVELING SOUTHBOUND IN REVERSE, OUT OF A PARKING SPOT IN THE ASA LOW INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL PARKING LOT LOCATED AT 1526 N. WALNUT CREEK DR. MANSFIELD, TX 76063. UNIT #2 WAS PARKED EASTBOUND IN THE STUDENT PICKUP LANE, LOCATED AT 1526 N. WALNUT CREEK MANSFIELD, TX 76063. UNIT #1 BACK LEFT INADVERTENTLY STRUCK UNIT #2'S BACK LEFT CAUSING
Paul Imbree, the plaintiff , a supervising licensed driver has suffered a serious injury in a road accident in Northern Territory due to the negligence and breach of duty of care by Jesse McNeilly aged 16 years & 5 months old, the first defendant, and an inexperienced driver not possessing any driver/ learner’s permit.
20. A patient was in an automobile accident and is complaining of a minor headache and no other apparent injuries. History gathered from bystanders states that the patient was not wearing a seat belt and hit his head on the windshield. A 15-minute loss of consciousness was noted. The patient was then admitted for 24-hour observation to rule out head injury. A comprehensive history and exam are performed by the physician. The MDM is of moderate complexity.
At approximately 1:28 a.m., I arrived at the scene and met with Trooper Otten, who advised what had transpired prior to my arrival. Trooper Otten stated a blue 2014 Ford F-150, driven by Eric A. Wenzel, was traveling northbound on Illinois Route 4 south of Norton Lane. While traveling northbound, the blue Ford veered to the left and entered the southbound lane of the roadway. Once in the southbound lane, the front passenger’s side of the blue Ford struck the front passenger’s side of a southbound silver 2003 Ford F-150, driven by Alan L. Schilling. Trooper Otten stated both Mr. Wenzel and Mr. Schilling sustained incapacitating injuries in the collision Trooper Otten advised the silver Ford’s front seat passenger, Sarah L. Wagner-Schilling, sustained life-threatening injuries in the collision and was not expected to survive. Trooper Otten said Mr. Wenzel admitted to having been drinking prior to the collision and was suspected of driving under the influence. All three occupants had been transported from the scene
I approached the vehicle and made contacted with the driver, Jason Sweeney. I asked Jason if he was aware of why I stopped him, Jason stated yes it was because I was speeding. I advised Jason that it was because he cross over the center line, Jason stated “oh”. I asked Jason if he had Identification and proof of insurance. Jason stated he did not have his ID on him, and the vehicle was his grandmothers. Jason provided me his social security number. I ran Jason’s social through dispatch, dispatch advised me that Jason
Dispatch advised me that a a blue Hyundai and a blue GMC collided just South of the intersection of U.S. Highway 19 and Ridge Road. Dispatch further advised me that the male driver of the GMC fled the scene on foot, Southbound on the sidewalk of U.S. Highway 19. The driver was described as a White male, who was wearing a baseball cap, blue tee-shirt, and blue jeans.
The accident occurred as you were driving west on Kearney Street, at Westwood Avenue. You were responding to 4800 W. Kearney to assist two other officers with an active investigation. In that incident, officers were sent to an alarm call and arrived to find forced entry at the business. You were the closest back-up, and volunteered to respond, when the investigating officers made the discovery and asked for assistance.
Unit 2 was driving eastbound in the left lane of 167th St. between Orchard Ridge Ave. and Anthony Ave. in Hazel Crest, IL. Unit 2's approximate speed was 35 miles per hour. A large puddle of water had formed from a very recent rain. It covered the right lane and part of the left lane. The driver of Unit 2 noticed the puddle and proceeded to slow down to a speed of approximately 20 miles per hour. The driver of Unit 2 then noticed Unit 1 coming from behind in the right lane at a high rate of speed. Unit 1 tried to avoid the puddle without slowing down and impacted Unit 2. Unit 1 was pushed back into the right lane. Unit 2 was pushed off of the left side of the road onto the slightly raised median. The front and left side of Unit 1 was severly
I spoke to the drivers who were all out of their vehicle and appeared that they were going to transfer information. I asked “Who was injured?” They replied that everyone was OK but one driver, later identified as Erin Feeney had injured her knee/leg. I requested Goodwill Ambulance to check on Feeney. I then asked “What happened?” Becky Boone who was operating a 2017 Silver Ford Focus stated that she believed a white vehicle struck her from behind causing her to collide with the vehicle in front of her.
Please give a statement of facts as to how you contend the auto accident took place including, but not limited to, the speed of each vehicle, the location of each vehicle, the time of the occurrence, weather conditions, or any other contributing factors, and any actions you took or attempted to take to avoid the accident.
The driver, Cecilia Blair, of vehicle 1 was traveling north through the intersection of N. State St. and Flint St. when she had a collision with vehicle 2. The driver, Jacqueline Muir, of vehicle 2 was heading west on Flint St. when she was struck by vehicle 1.
Upon arrival, I saw a white female, later identified as Heather Holland, standing in the roadway near the crash site. Heather ran towards to the woods when she saw my unit approaching the scene. I stopped Heather just inside the wood line and advised her to come out of the woods. Heather complied and came out of the woods. Heather had an odor of intoxicating beverage on her breath and person, her eyes were blood shot, and her speech was
I reviewed all of the evidence provided by the Applicant and the Respondent. In the Applicant driver’s recorded statement she is not sure how the Respondent vehicle and the Applicant vehicle came to be in the accident. “It happened so darn quick.” She also mentions that that the police officer told both of them that they should not have moved their vehicles before the police arrived and since they did the police were unable to determine who was at fault. The police report notes that the vehicles were moved prior to police arrival and due to conflicting statements the police were unable to determine fault. The police narrative is more trustworthy than the diagram. Based on the police narrative there is no indication that the officer intended to draw a diagram that showed the Respondent vehicle in the Applicant’s lane. The Applicant contends that the point of impact shows that the Applicant vehicle was on the correct side of the roadway. The point of impact does not prove where the Applicant vehicle was in the roadway.
Make sure you get pictures showing the placement of the vehicles involved, the damage each vehicle has sustained, and any other important signs of a collision like tire marks in the road or a damaged guard rail. These photos should accompany your accident report and insurance claim. Be sure to exchange contact information and insurance information with the other driver. Do not ask for or give out a Social Security Number during this step.
Vehicle 2 was improperly parked on Myrick St. facing South. The driver of Vehicle 1 was properly parked behind Vehicle 2. Vehicle 1 began to back out Southbound of Myrick St. and struck the rear bumper of vehicle 2 causing minor damage. The reporting officer finds vehicle 1 to be at fault in the accident for Improper backing. Vehicle 1was issued a cititition for improper backing, vehicle #2 was issued citition for Improper parking.