Accident And Injury (page 10)


Tallahassee Is Becoming a Cyclist’s Dream, and Some Say It’ll Only Get Better

Tallahassee’s cycling community can rest easy knowing their city is doing everything it can to keep them safe, especially after a recent accident in the...

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  • Nov 4, 2016

NHTSA Head Says Automakers Have “Ultimate Responsibility” for Airbag Repairs

Takata’s defective airbags have turned into the largest auto recall in history, a fact which has had a reportedly pronounced impact on the company’s bottom...

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  • Nov 4, 2016

Bike Share Program Begins in St. Petersburg: Is Our City Ready For This?

This week marks the beginning of St. Petersburg’s first bike share program. The Coast Bike Share Program, which also operates in Tampa, has launched a...

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  • Nov 3, 2016

School Bus Safety: Greatest Danger is Loading and Unloading Children

A fatal school bus crash in Baltimore early Tuesday morning brought the national spotlight down on school bus safety once again. Interestingly, many of the...

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  • Nov 3, 2016

Nashville Outdoor Workers: Don’t Get Injured for a Paycheck

Recently, a worker was injured when a tree fell on him,while clearing a road in Bellevue, according to WMC Action News 5. This accident highlights...

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  • Nov 3, 2016

Thick Fog a Factor in Deadly Lake County Accident: How Can Drivers Stay Safe?

New details have emerged about the deadly five-vehicle accident that occurred the morning of Monday, Oct. 31 in Lake County. Florida Highway Patrol troopers have...

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  • Nov 3, 2016

Robinson Street Is on a 'Diet': The Pros and Cons of This Ambitious Construction Project

Changes may be on the way for Robinson Street, a scenic road near Lake Eola that is considered by many to be an obsolete and...

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  • Nov 2, 2016

Nashville Traffic Problems: Are Pedal Taverns the Culprit?

Nashville has a huge traffic problem, and it’s only getting worse. To alleviate some of Nashville’s traffic woes, the city has banned the increasingly popular...

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  • Nov 2, 2016

Falling Asleep At the Wheel: How to Prevent Drowsy Driving Accidents in Paducah

On Oct. 31, a tired Paducah man fell asleep at the wheel and was injured when his vehicle veered off the road and hit a...

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  • Nov 1, 2016

Section of Dyer Blvd. Closed for Repairs: The Causes and Risks of Pavement Failure

On Thursday, Oct. 27, the city of Kissimmee announced the emergency closure of a section of Dyer Boulevard due to pavement failure. This section of...

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  • Nov 1, 2016

How Can Parents in Winter Haven Talk to Teens About Snapchat’s Speed Filter After Deadly Accident?

On Wednesday, Oct. 26, five people in Central Florida were killed in a fiery crash caused by a motorist who lost control of their vehicle...

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  • Oct 31, 2016

Halloween Safety: 5 Safety Tips For Worried Parents

Loads of candy and dressing up in costumes make Halloween a favorite holiday for children of all ages. Parents, on the other hand, see it...

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  • Oct 28, 2016

Falling Air Conditioners and Other Frightening Things that Scare New Yorkers

Many people are scared of zombies, ghosts, or even clowns, but for hardened New Yorkers there are much scarier things to worry about. The city...

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  • Oct 28, 2016

Following Artegon Accident Settlement, Families Wonder If Zipline and Aerial Adventure Rides Are Safe

The family of a man killed in an accident at the Sky Trail attraction at Artegon in Orlando has settled their lawsuit with the mall...

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  • Oct 28, 2016

Amtrak to Pay $265M to Philly Derailment Victims

On Thursday, Amtrak agreed to pay $265 million in order to settle claims related to a May 2015 train derailment in Philadelphia that injured more...

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  • Oct 28, 2016