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  • Halloween Safety Tips

    Halloween is just around the corner, and many children and adults are eagerly anticipating a night of trick or treating and celebrations. Many people do not realize that this fun holiday can have tragic results when slip and falls, pedestrian injuries, and car accidents cause serious injuries. Halloween can be safe and fun for all[…]


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    School Bus Passing

    With the new school year well underway, it is important to be aware of school bus passing laws. School Bus Passing Laws Although school buses continue to be the safest form of transportation, students are still in danger when they are in the school bus loading zone outside of the bus. It is against the[…]


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    Road Safety Statistics 2019

    In the United State, injuries – like those sustained in motor vehicle collisions – are the leading cause of death for people ages 1-44. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 32,000 people die in motor vehicle crashes every year, and approximately 2 million others are injured. Recent national data highlights[…]


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    Fatal Pedestrian Accidents Reach Three-Decade High

    The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) recently released their latest Spotlight on Highway Safety Report.  The news is alarming for people who enjoy walking. Last year, 6,227 pedestrians died in traffic accidents in the U.S., more than any year since 1990. In fact, according to GHSA’s figures, the number of annual pedestrian deaths has risen[…]


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    Pedestrian Accidents: What Should You Do?

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the United States nearly 6,000 pedestrians are killed in motor vehicle-related crashes every year. This means that one pedestrian dies in an accident every 1.5 hours. In addition to the fatalities, more than 120,000 other pedestrians are seriously injured and require emergency medical treatment[…]


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