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Category: Brownsville

Mientras esperamos el verano, con sus vacaciones escolares y laborales y temperaturas más cálidas, también debemos recordar que el verano trae consigo un concepto que los investigadores de accidentes automovilísticos y tráfico han llamado los “100 días más mortíferos del verano”. Eso significa que durante 100 días, entre el Día de … Continue reading

100 Deadliest Days of Summer

The 100 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day have been called the “100 Deadliest Days for Teen Drivers” by researchers. This infamous nickname is because, during these 100 days, car accidents and fatal car accidents are at an all-time high for the year. These 100 days being so deadly … Continue reading

How to Get a Car Crash Report in Brownsville

If you are involved in a car accident in Brownsville, TX, you should promptly report it to local police by phoning 911. Texas law enforcement officials are required to report motor vehicle accidents that result in injury, death, or damage to property or vehicles exceeding $1,000. The $1,000 threshold for … Continue reading

Injury reported following rear-end collision on Morrison Rd.

BROWNSVILLE, TX – Officers with the Brownsville Police Department have reported at least one injury resulting from a rear-end collision just east of I-69E last Tuesday evening. The accident occurred along East Morrison Road near the intersection with Pablo Kisel Boulevard shortly after 7 p.m. Police believe the 30-year-old man … Continue reading

Tips to Prevent Car Burglary in Brownsville

Police in Brownsville has multiple alerts out for a man suspected of burglarizing motor vehicles in the Gulf Coast border city. KVEO-TV / ValleyCentral.com posted a Brownsville Police Department alert on September 9 with photos of a man sought by police in connection with a car burglary. The surveillance camera … Continue reading

History of Halloween and Common Myths

Some people once considered Halloween to be the eeriest time of the year, but for many others today, this great American celebration is one where people can dress up in costumes like their favorite heroes, wandering the neighborhood while little children go trick or treating in colorful style. The History … Continue reading