09/15/2014 (press release: EbersteinWitherite) // Amy Witherite
Three high school football players were among those killed in a recent Dallas car accident that left six people dead. According to the Dallas based car accident lawyers of the 1-800-CAR-WRECK team, reports say that control was lost in a speeding vehicle that the victims were riding in when it hit a tree.
Source: NY Daily News Report “Dallas car crash kills 6, including 3 high school football players”
“A speeding sedan spun out of control Sunday night along a residential Dallas street, killing six people, including three high school football players, riding inside the car.
To read further, visit http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/dallas-car-crash-kills-6-including-3-high-school-football-players-article-1.1924141.
The three high school football players were students at a South Dallas high school.
Source: Dallas News Report “Update: Two teens, three young adults among the 6 dead in southeast Oak Cliff crash”
“Three teenagers in the car were students and football players at Kimball High School in Oak Cliff.”
To read further visit http://thescoopblog.dallasnews.com/2014/08/1-dead-in-southeast-oak-cliff-accident.html/.
According to the Dallas based car accident attorneys of the Eberstein & Witherite law firm, it is important for young drivers to remain cognizant of all of the potential dangers of the road during their commute, including those that can arise from driving at an excessive speed. This can make it difficult for drivers to regain control of their vehicle in the event that there is a need to quickly stop, and it can cause a vehicle to be more difficult to control.
The loss of one’s life at any age is tragic; however, the sting is felt on a community level when a young driver is killed in a crash. The 1-800-CAR-WRECK team sends condolences to the family and loved ones of all of those killed in the recent South Dallas car crash.
For those who have questions about what to do following a car accident, the Eberstein & Witherite firm is available to help. Individuals can call 1-800-CAR-WRECK for information about their legal rights and options in these matters.
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