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Hayow was also seen reversing across lanes and sending a Ford Transit spinning after swerving from the hard shoulder into lane one.
"She was taken to hospital but refused to provide a blood specimen, saying to police 'I want you to leave the room.'" McAllister pleaded guilty to a charge of careless driving, driving at speed, swerving into the direction of oncoming traffic, attempting to pass a vehicle when not safe to do so, crossing the line into the direction of oncoming traffic, swerving to avoid collision and then colliding with another vehicle.
The main causes for lane swerving are distracted driving and the failure to indicate a driver's intention to switch lanes, leaving motorists on the other lanes with the little chance to react and prevent accidents.
There were up to 82 road fatalities related to sudden swerving last year in RAK.
As for 'swerving,' the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) website clarified that 'swerving is not a traffic violation per se.
Brigadier Saeed Hamad, the head of Rashidiya Police Station said: "According to initial investigations, the motorist appears to have driven his car recklessly -- speeding and swerving. He then swerved off the road, onto the sand and the car flipped over, and came to a stand 200 meters away from the road."
Ian Box, who died after swerving to avoid a car, with his fiance Sam Pitt.
Prosecutor Ruth Smith said, 'He was zig-zagging through the traffic and people were swerving to get out of his way.'
City manager Dave Jones watched on as 17-year-old Blake rose to head past the Swindon goalkeeper from a swerving cross by Ryan Morgan shortly before half-time.
The Wolves keeper was unable to keep out Rashad Sadikhov's swerving 35 yard free-kick as Mark Hughes' side failed to get their World Cup Group Six qualifiers off to a winning start.
Kevin Manning brought his score for the season to six when taking the nine-and-a-half furlong handicap on the Jim Bolger-trained Carlesimo, scoring by one length after the colt had almost thrown the race away by swerving sharply towards the stands' side one furlong out.
A similar swerving calls on the "difficult" concept of the relative autonomy of the superstructure, and another commonality, historical focus, is viewed almost as research style rather than principle.