February 2014 Archives
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February 2014 Archives

Salma Hayek's brother involved in fatal car accident

The brother of actress Salma Hayek was involved in a serious car accident last night which left his passenger dead.

CBS Los Angeles reports that the crash occurred Sunday evening around 5p.m. when 40-year-old Sami Hayek lost control of his 2006 Ford GT on Sunset Boulevard.

General Motors issues a recall of 778,000 cars

GM recently recalled 780,000 Chevy Cobalt and Pontiac G5 vehicles made between 2005 and 2007.

The company says that a problem with the engine switch can cause vehicle engines to shut off unexpectedly and may disable the airbags in some cases.

Vigil held for victims of deadly DUI car accident

At least two candlelight vigils were held last night to honor the memories of the six victims of a deadly wrong-way car accident on the Pomona Freeway.

Authorities say that 21-year-old Olivia Carolee Culbreath was driving at speeds close to 100mph when she caused a multi-car crash on Feb. 9.

Six people killed in wrong-way car Pomona Freeway crash

Six people were killed in a severe Diamond Bar car accident.

Authorities say that the crash was caused by a wrong-way driver who had her license reinstated only a few days before the accident.

Toyota to recall 885,000 cars due to defects

Carmaker Toyota recently announced a recall of over 885,000 vehicles due to electrical issues that may prevent airbags from deploying in the event of a car accident. NBC News reports that this is one of several recent recalls for the manufacturer.

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