Anytime there is an accident, there tends to be one person most responsible for causing the disaster. Sometimes the outcome is merely damage to the vehicles involved. Unfortunately, all too often, the result is physical injury to individuals.
It is a fundamental fact of the U.S. legal system that if an allegation is made some proof of the wrongdoing has to be produced. In a criminal case, the standard is beyond a reasonable doubt. In a civil case, the hurdle is generally not quite as high.
Early Wednesday morning, more than a dozen vehicles were involved in a major accident, causing trouble for morning commuters. According to KSAT news, the accident happened on Loop 410 near Highway 90. Slick roads are suspected to have played a major role in this early morning scene. Part of the Loop 410 southbound lanes were shut down so personnel could clear the scene. At this time, it is unknown whether anyone involved sustained injuries.
You don't have to know Shakespeare to appreciate that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. It's not the label you put on a rose that gives it its lovely odor. The name bristly roadweed could be applied just as easily and the thorny bush would prick just as hard and the flower would smell the same. So why is there such a big stink over what to call the Elio?
A woman who lives along Texas State Highway 21 near San Marcos says she doesn't let her grandchildren take the bus to school. A major accident along that stretch of road Monday evening is one reason why. The woman says it's not the first time such a crash has occurred.