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According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, drowsy driving is the cause of up to 100,000 accidents per year, resulting in an estimated 1,500 fatalities and 40,000 injuries. This statistic is especially problematic for semi-truck drivers, who, because of their demanding driving schedules, are at an increased risk of drowsy driving. A study conducted […]

 

The Fourth of July is a favorite holiday for many Americans because of the extravagant pyrotechnics that many communities display. Many people also choose to celebrate with their own personal fireworks, which are legal in all but three states. Each state has their own list of permitted consumer fireworks, but legal fireworks can cause injuries […]

 

Summer is the time for outdoor fun. Children leave their classrooms behind for the unstructured fun of the playground, pool, and road trips. However, according to the National Safe Kids Campaign, serious accidents increase significantly during the four-month period between May and September. Avoid these common summertime accidents for a memorable and safe summer break […]

 

On Monday morning, a rollover crash in Newark, Delaware caused personal injuries for four individuals. The crash occurred on Chapman Road at the University Plaza shopping center near Christiana Road around 7:50 am. During the crash, two vehicles collided, causing one vehicle to rollover and another to split in half. Four people were hospitalized at […]

 

Contrary to popular opinion, the elderly are no more likely to be involved in a car accident than others. According to government statistics, drivers over the age of 65 suffer car accidents at a comparable rate as younger motorists. However, studies indicate that the elderly are injured at a disproportionate rate in these very same […]

 

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