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21 | Feb
21 February 2017 By James Johnson

“Stop! Trains Can’t,” Motorists Lose Against Trains at Railroad Crossings

Every three hours a vehicle or person is struck by a train in the United States. Indeed, ignoring railroad signs and crossing signals or trying to beat the train, has deadly consequences. Last year, 232 people died in crashes involving trains, pedestrians and motorists at railroad crossings throughout the country, according to the U.S. Department […]

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20 | Feb
20 February 2017 By James Johnson

Los Angeles is Most Congested City in World, Traffic Report Says

Los Angeles is the most traffic-congested city in the world with drivers spending an average of 104 hours on the road in congestion during peak travel times, according to a report by Inrix, a traffic analytics firm. Inrix analyzed 1,064 cities in 38 countries to create the rankings, but China and Japan were not included […]

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09 | Feb
09 February 2017 By James Johnson

Hot Tub and Swimming Pool Drain Suction Entrapment Accidents

There are children who never should have died. One child had her intestines sucked out of their body. Another nearly drowned after she was held down under water by her hair. Many more suffered serious injuries and nearly drown. Even adults have been injured or have died.  All of these incidents taking place at swimming […]

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03 | Feb
03 February 2017 By James Johnson

LOS ANGELES: 88 Crashes on LA Freeways During Rainy Morning Commute

LOS ANGELES, California (February 3, 2017) —The California Highway Patrol reported there were 88 traffic accidents Friday morning during the downpour compared to the same day a week ago when there were just 57 collisions. The report stated that the traffic accidents were logged between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. on each Friday morning a […]

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