The mother and cousin of “Fast & Furious” movie star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson were recently injured in a head-on crash. The accident was allegedly caused by a drunken driver, according to a Fox 31 story reported on August 10.
According to reports, the former wrestling superstar posted a picture on Twitter on August 10 showing the damaged Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) of his mother Ata Johnson. Dwayne’s cousin, Lina Fanene, who was also injured in the crash stated on Instagram how grateful she was after surviving the incident. Under the hashtag #BearHugsAndGratitude, Dwayne advised his Instagram followers to hug their families tighter and be thankful that they can express their love to them.
The crash reportedly occurred some days ago and became more public after Fanene posted a photo of herself on Twitter with an arm sling.
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On June 17, a 50-year-old Iowa City woman drank at a local bar before getting behind the wheel to drive one of her friends home. She was driving a 44-year-old woman home, and when they arrived at her residence, the two women became engaged in an argument.
As a result of the argument, the Iowa City driver pushed the woman to the ground, and proceeded to get into her vehicle, and run over the woman on the ground. The impact of the collision claimed the life of the 44-year-old woman.
Police arrived on the scene, and arrested the driver for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. This is her second OWI charge, as she received one back in 2006. An investigation into the accident is still ongoing.
Please contact the drunk driving accident lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. by calling 877-327-2600 today if you or someone you know has been injured in a drunk driving accident.
A study conducted by French researchers has found a connection between sleepy drivers and an elevated risk for car accidents.
Data was gathered from 700 different drivers who had to stay in a hospital due to a car accident for at least one day. The results indicated that drivers who felt sleepy, and drivers who were intoxicated were twice as likely to cause a car accident than those drivers who felt awake, and were sober.
Police also determined that roughly half of those that were studied were responsible for the car accidents that left them with injuries. The findings from this study are featured in “Archives of Internal Medicine.”
Drunk driving and reckless driving can cause severe injuries, and oftentimes fatalities. If you have been injured in a car accident that was caused by a drunk driver, please contact the drunk driving accident lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. by calling 877-327-2600 today.