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Dangerous driver kills 1, injures 1 in tragic accident

Dangerous drivers have to be held accountable for their actions. If you've ever been in a severe accident, you know that some people drive while under the influence, when they're unwell, when they're texting or when they're talking on the phone.

These individuals endanger themselves and others without thinking about the potential consequences or caring that they could change another person's life forever. Because of the negligence some drivers show, it's possible to file lawsuits against them for compensation after you're hit, like the man in this story could following the death of his wife in a preventable accident.

The wreck on I-85 has left one person dead and another hospitalized after two vehicles collided. According to the news from Jan. 26, a woman was driving a Honda Civic on the highway when she suddenly swerved into the median near mile marker 108 before coming back onto the roadway and hitting an SUV's side. The sideswiped SUV could not maintain its position; the impact of the collision forced the SUB onto its side and into the median, damaging the vehicle and injuring the people inside.

The State Highway Patrol reports that the SUV's driver was killed in the incident, while the passenger in the vehicle, the driver's husband, was treated at the hospital for serious injuries. The man's injuries were not expected to be life-threatening. The couple involved in the wreck was husband and wife, the report indicated. The driver of the Honda was not injured in the collision, but she has been accused of driving while impaired.

Source: My Fox 8, "1 dead, 1 hospitalized after wreck on I-85 in Randolph County," Paul Choate, Jan. 26, 2016

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