Drivers often tell themselves stories about why an accident is less likely to happen to them. People tell themselves "I'm a good driver," or "I don't make risky decisions." The truth is that a car accident can happen any time you're on the road, and it may not be under the control of your skills or decision-making.
New Jersey residents often travel in groups for school, church or business functions. Often, the trips are full of social activity and excitement, and many people don't give much thought to the chance of a car accident. For a small church group returning home from an event, a tired driver and a momentary loss of vehicle control resulted in an accident and multiple injuries.