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On the morning of September 6th, a pickup driver was killed after crashing into another vehicle. This collision happened after the pickup driver hit a pedestrian that morning. According to the Los Angeles police department, the accident occurred at the intersection of Beverly Boulevard and Normandie Avenue around 12:45 am. (http://abc7.com/hit–and–run–driver–killed–in–hancock–park–crash;-2-hurt/2382790/) After striking a … Continue reading "Fatal Hit and Run Crash on Beverly Boulevard"
It is tragic to read about the increase in suicides, especially amongst youths. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of premature deaths in America. The rise in school age children has been increasing dramatically over the last couple decades. Questions about the cause of a minor’s decision to end their life point to the stability … Continue reading "Premises Liability and Suicide"
Car accidents happen very often. We slow down to spectate the accident scenes when we drive past them on our daily routes. We have to remember car accidents can occur anytime we enter a vehicle and to uphold safety precautions. More than 32,000 people die every year in car accidents. Two children and two … Continue reading "Vision Zero Is It Working"
The makers of licensed botulinum toxin products like Botox and Myobloc will need to change their products’ labeling to include boxed warnings on serious health problems that can result if the toxin spreads beyond the injection site, under a mandate issued today by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA order came after reports of adverse … Continue reading "Food and Drug Administration Orders Tougher Warnings on the Health Risks of Botox"
Distracted drivers are a common sight on our roads today. If you are at a stoplight and happen to glance to the side or even in your mirror, chances are, you will see someone checking their texts or emails on their phone. We all know how annoying this can be; we’ve been behind someone at … Continue reading "Texting and Driving: Why Has California Become Lenient on These Drivers?"