It’s not uncommon to see folks talking on their phones as they drive around Lake Charles. A new study finds that those motorists are putting themselves and others at risk of causing car crashes that result in injuries, however.
When couples marry, they often vow to have and to hold their spouse for better or for worse, for richer and poorer, in sickness and in health. One Louisiana sheriff is accused of taking his wedding vows too far after he allegedly allowed her to drive a marked police vehicle though her driver’s license was suspended.
The youngest participants in Lake Charles’ morning rush hours are also its most precious: children. They’re today’s joy and tomorrow’s promise, but they are also in danger of being harmed by distracted drivers. According to a news source, a series of recent early-morning distracted driving crashes across the nation claimed the lives of five schoolkids and left a half-dozen others hospitalized with injuries.