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June 2018 Archives

Car crashes and fireworks accidents on July 4

AAA estimates that 37.5 million Americans will be traveling 50 miles or more from their home during the Independence Day holiday period between June 30 and July 4. Arizona residents probably know that July 4 brings with it a higher risk for certain types of accidents. In fact, it is the deadliest holiday of the year according to Esurance and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Daytona Beach roller coaster derails, injures nine

Arizona residents may know about the roller coaster accident in Daytona Beach, Florida. On the night of June 14, one of the roller coasters at Daytona Beach Boardwalk partially derailed, sending two riders into the air where they fell 34 feet to the ground and suffered traumatic injuries. Two other riders were left dangling in midair. Of the 10 riders involved, 9 were sent to the hospital with news of their current condition still forthcoming.

Nasal spray recall highlights risks caused by packaging failures

When you go to the store to purchase something, you expect that the items available for sale are safe for consumer use. Most products are generally safe, but problems do occur that can put consumers at risk. Supply materials, e.g., ingredients, could wind up contaminated with something that could make people sick. Issues with machinery can result in sub-standard production runs. There are infinite possible ways that products can create liabilities for consumers.

The similarities between drowsy and drunk driving

According to a recent survey, approximately 60 percent of adults in Arizona and the rest of the U.S. have driven drowsy at least once. Even worse, a third say that they have fallen asleep while behind the wheel. The dangerous trend of drowsy driving contributes to many accidents. In fact, a lack of sleep can produce effects similar to those of alcohol intoxication.

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