The government in some counties,are having to take a dose of their own medicine. The most popular is car accidents that maimed and kill their residents. Three alarm fires that burn out of control that claim firefighters lives as well worldly possessions.
Maybe you feel helpless , speechless, as to what you can do to support those you love.
Here is a resolution that will enable you to become proactive.
Tear down abandoned buildings or refurbish them immediately. Only carry the state minimum insurance.
Use your car like it's your money, don't hand it out or spend it frivolously
.stay off the roads if possible utilize the mass transit system setup in your area. Insurance , vindictiveness , destruction, insurance fraud, also theft. Protect your assets your family a your whole being. Weed out the problem areas in your life that are high risk resort to safer methods, is like coming and rendering aid to a friend loved one or relative.
Don't be ashamed to pull over your vehicle and admit there are better drivers and let them drive you around.
"Quoted article Montgomery county USA"
Statement from Conroe PD at 10:12 p.m.
On Sunday, September 20 at approximately 12:48 pm, Conroe Police were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident in the 15600 block of Hwy 105 W. Upon arrival, officers found three vehicles involved in the crash. The investigation indicated that the driver of a 2011 Hyundai Azera sedan was west bound and struck the rear of a 2001 Toyota Echo sedan causing the Toyota to spin and cross into the east bound lanes. The Toyota spun into the path of a 2015 Jeep wrangler, which was east bound. The driver of the Jeep wrangler attempted to evade the crash but struck the Toyota in the right side with the front left of the Jeep. The Jeep came to rest on the passenger side and the Toyota came to rest on the driver’s side.
The occupants of the Toyota did not survive the crash. The occupants have been identified as Montgomery residents Roland Sedlmeier, 49, Melinda Sedlmeier, 42, Harley Sedlmeier, 6, and 4-year-old Sofie Sedlmeier.
The occupants of the Jeep were identified as a 16-year-old male driver and 15-year-old male passenger. They were both treated and released from Conroe Regional Medical Center.
The driver of the Hyundai was identified as Ronald Cooper, 7-30-47, w/m. Cooper was arrested for four counts of intoxicated manslaughter and two counts of intoxicated assault.