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Overtaking attempt caused horror family smash

Overtaking attempt caused horror family smash

Suspicious car suddenly lost grip

Cops: driver of car driving over 40mph at 130mph sped up

Police in Tennessee say the driver in a pickup truck was speeding and was trying to overtake a car that was driving faster than he.

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The female driver was taken to the hospital with severe neck injury, and it’s likely she will have to spend the night at a hospital, the Knoxville News Sentinel reports.안산출장안마

The truck was on the shoulder of Interstate 64 at Rhea’sville Road on a rural road about a 40 mph.

An officer responded to reports of a pickup truck speeding and then swerving over a curb, hitting two vehicles in the process.

One driver said he was stuck in the truck and didn’t know his brakes were on. The car that was hit was just a little ways behind him.

The pickup truck was in the front yard of the house the driver lived in with his wife. The two passengers were also taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

The truck has been reported stolen four times before in Tennessee. In the most recent incident, the driver and the passenger of a truck were both reported to have broken free from their pickup. In both cases, they crashed into the side of a house and into a nearby field, the News Sentinel writes.

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“In many cases it’s quite simple,” the lawyer told the New York Times. “It’s simply a matter of getting someone to do something they want to do.”

The Times story was the first of several in the United States to point to the growing interest in euthanasia and the burgeoning practice of physician-assisted suicide, particularly in medical practices, as signs of a nation increasingly embracing euthanasia.

The Times report, which comes one day after the nation’s highest court struck down Massachusetts’ strict, medically unnecessary death penalty for the most serious of cr예스카지노imes, showed that states across the country are also seeing dramatic increases in the proportion of people reporting they wanted to take their own lives.

Last year, a survey for the Brennan Center for Justice showed that nearly 19 percent of U.S. adults sought assisted suicide, more than double the number in 2005.

“Some states are responding by outlawing physician-assisted suicide, while others have tightened their laws, and others are allowing it to proceed even in states with strong protections from legal challenges,” said David Regehr, executive director of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, an influential liberal policy group. “These dramatic increase in reports are a wake-up call to legislators, policymakers and the general public.”

Regehr said he w바카라사이트ould like to see more states adopt laws requiring patients to take their own lives, noting that people may be seeking help for their physical health, mental health or other reasons. “We should be encouraging more physicians to tell their patients the truth: the risks of dying with dignity are too great,” he said.

He also wants a push to increase the number of states where medical treatment or euthanasia is legal in question to about 50. States that have legal-medical-assisted-suicide law have already seen a sharp rise, he said, and “it’s only going to get higher.”

“The state of Connecticut passed its bill this summer to take effect March 5,” Regehr said. “Now that’s two years from now, it’s probably going to be the most stringent law that a state will pass in years.”

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