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July 2017 Archives

Safety advocates push for sprinklers after Honolulu fire

Arizona residents may have heard about the tragic apartment blaze that killed three people in Honolulu on July 14. The building where the fire occurred was built before the city mandated that sprinklers be installed in high-rises. As a result of the inferno, safety advocates are now pushing for older towers in Hawaii and across the U.S. to be retrofitted with sprinklers in order to prevent a similar tragedy from happening in the future.

Takata expands airbag recall

Arizona motorists might be affected by the expansion of Takata's airbag recall. Already managing one of the largest airbag recalls in automotive history, the company has found possible faults in an additional 2.7 million vehicles from Ford, Nissan and Mazda. There is the possibility of serious injury or death if the defect is not corrected.

The dangers of driving on the Fourth of July

Arizona drivers were hopefully careful over the Fourth of July holiday. According to the insurance company Travelers, it is more dangerous in terms of motor vehicle accidents than Memorial Day or Labor Day. Furthermore, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says that it is the deadliest day of the year on average. One of the reasons it is so dangerous is that it is one of the busiest days, and this means more drivers who are distracted, drowsy or under the influence.

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