If you are afraid to ride in a helicopter, you’re not alone, and your fear is justified. According to the U.S. Helicopter Safety Team (USHST), the rate of fatal helicopter crashes in the U.S.
On Saturday night in Pleasanton, California, a Tesla Model S crashed and burst into flames, leaving the driver dead, KRON reported.
A livewire shocked three workers in Beverly, Massachusetts on Jan.
A woman was killed in a Rockford, Illinois, crash while sitting in her disabled vehicle on Jan. 11, ABC 7 Chicago reported. A FedEx truck slammed into the woman’s car at about 1:20 a.m. on Interstate 90.
It’s understandable if you’re feeling overwhelmed after a fire at your residence. Not only has your home been damaged and your day-to-day routine disrupted — you might have also suffered significant burn injuries. These ailments may take weeks, months, or even years to recover from.
Every year in the United States, hundreds of thousands of fires roar through rented residential buildings. The destruction they leave often extends beyond damaged physical belongings: Sadly, many victims don’t survive these incidents.
No matter where you live, you deserve a safe place to call home. When you are a rental tenant, your landlord is responsible for keeping the building in good condition. Unfortunately, not all building owners take their duty seriously.
Even though structural fires are an everyday occurrence, you never expect to find yourself in the middle of an inferno. It’s one thing to see an apartment complex on fire on the local news and another thing entirely to witness your own residence in flames.
A Florida construction worker is in stable condition after a rebar wall fell on his upper body in West Palm Beach on Jan.