A school bus accident in Tennessee tragically made the news all over the country when six children were killed in a deadly rollover accident. A total of 37 kids from Woodmore Elementary School were on the bus as it went down a curvy road. Pictures from the crash site show that it flipped up on its side, wedged against a tree and nearly torn in half.
You know what texting is, and you may even communicate via text more than actually calling someone on the phone. You also know that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has said that truck drivers cannot text while behind the wheel.
If you're thinking about disinheriting your kids -- cutting one or more of them out of the will -- you must not take this lightly. This is the legacy you're leaving behind. Consider the long-term ramifications of what you're doing, especially if you're going to cut some kids out and not others. Below are a few key points to consider:
According to the Tennessee Highway Patrol, a three-vehicle accident near Quarry Road on Maynardville Highway has claimed the life of a woman. The at-fault driver, according to THP, was in a 2004 Jeep when it veered across the center line and struck a Ford SUV. The Jeep continued southbound after sideswiping the Ford and hit a 2007 Honda almost head-on.
Large trucks carry much of the commerce of the American economy. They travel everywhere from high-speed interstates like I-40 and I-75 in Tennessee to local roads and streets. They may haul everything from cows, nuclear waste or building supplies to frozen foods, honey bees and packages from internet retailers.