Monday, November 5, 2007

Traffic Accidents Pictures

I found for you some Traffic accidents pictures on the net. You can click on the pictures to make them bigger.

A lot of traffic accidents in one time
Traffic accidents

A lot of traffic accidents in one time 2
Traffic accidents

The first picture (left up) is a truck which turn right and pushed the other car.
The second picture (right up) is a truck which enter into the small car.
the third picture (down) you will see later (bigger one).
Traffic accidents
Here is the picture from the picture above, just bigger.
You can see here a terrible traffic accident, the truck ran over 2 cars, and crashed them.
Traffic accidents

You can see a car which crashed after traffic accident
Traffic accidents
The truck collide with a traffic sign
Traffic accidents
Small car go into a big truck
Traffic accidents
That all for today, I'll add more pictures later. I hope those pictures scare you, and now you will drive better and pay attention to the small and the big things when you driving. If everyone will drive better and without distracts I'm sure that the world will be safer and without traffic accidents at all.

Not Everyone Who Gets Hit by a Drunk Driver Dies!

Very good document about Jacqueline Saburido who take part in one from a lot Traffic Accidents that happened every day. The original document:

Jacqueline Saburido was taking a break from college and industrial engineering classes when she came to the United States from Venezuela to study English. A drunk driving crash changed her life completely.

Severely disfigured in a drunken driving crash four years ago, Jacqui is courageously lending her story and her face to a statewide anti-DWI campaign in Texas in hopes that her experience will deter people from drinking and driving. She is featured in television public service announcements, an educational video and print materials produced by the Texas Department of Transportation and the Austin Police Department. "Before and After" campaign materials can ordered from the Help Jacqui Fund.

Early on Sunday morning September 19, 1999, Jacqui -- then 20 years old -- and four friends were on their way home from a birthday party. Reggie Stephey, an 18-year-old high school student, was on his way home from drinking beer with some buddies. On a dark road on the outskirts of Austin, Texas, Reggie's SUV veered into the Oldsmobile carrying Jacqui and the others. Two passengers in the car were killed at the scene and two were rescued.

Within minutes, the car caught fire. Jacqui was pinned in the front seat on the passenger side. She was burned over 60% of her body; no one thought she could survive. But Jacqui lived. Her hands were so badly burned that all of her fingers had to be amputated. She lost her hair, her ears, her nose, her left eyelid and much of her vision. She has had more than 50 operations since the crash and has many more to go.

In June 2001 Reggie Stephey was convicted of two counts of intoxication manslaughter for the deaths of Jacqui's two friends. He was sentenced to seven years in prison and fined $20,000.

Jacqui's ordeal and her story in pictures are featured in an extensive account prepared by the Austin American Statesman and Jacqui's Story, a powerful PowerPoint presentation. See and hear what Jacqui and Reggie have to say about the incident that changed both of their lives.

Medical treatment for Jacqui's extensive injuries continues. She and her father, who has been by her side since the crash occurred, now live in Louisville, Kentucky where specialists are working with Jacqui to restore all her vision and the use of her hands. Thanks to surgeons who rebuilt the eyelid that she lost in the fire and the cornea transplant in 2003, Jacqui is now able to see out of her left eye.

In 2003 Jacqui completed her studies in intensive English and she is now able to speak and write in English. When she can, Jacqui continues to tell her story through news interviews and speak out against drunk driving.

Jacqui's medical bills are staggering, and she has no health insurance. A special account has been established to help defray some of her living expenses and medical bills. If you would like to help, you can make a donation by check or credit card.

Make Donation

Cards or letters can be sent to Jacqui at:
Help Jacqui
PO Box 27667
Austin, TX 78755.

Safety experts say three in every ten Americans will be involved in an alcohol-related crash at some time in their lives.