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  • Motorist in Wrong-Way Crash Did Not Have License, Police Say
    Motorist in Wrong-Way Crash Did Not Have License, Police Say

    With some drivers, it’s just one strike after another. An Orlando motorist apparently caused a car accident recently that injured another driver. He did not have a valid license, fled the scene and ...

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  • Crash Prompts Ntsb to Seek Commercial Driver Cellphone Ban
    Crash Prompts Ntsb to Seek Commercial Driver Cellphone Ban

    Following the latest in a series of fatal truck accidents involving cellphone use, the National Transportation Safety Board is pushing to make all cellphones, whether or not they are hand-held, ...

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  • Football Player's Concussion, Response May Help Awareness
    Football Player's Concussion, Response May Help Awareness

    Anyone watching the Florida State football game last Saturday night probably cringed when receiver Kenny Shaw hit the ground after getting caught between two defenders. An expert says the player’s ...

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  • Collision Between Bus, Car Injures Both Drivers
    Collision Between Bus, Car Injures Both Drivers

    On behalf of Oldham & Smith posted in Car Accidents on Wednesday, September 21, 2011 The drivers of two vehicles were both hospitalized following a car accident that occurred in Orlando earlier this ...

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  • OSHA fines Disney after mechanic killed at Animal Kingdom
    OSHA fines Disney after mechanic killed at Animal Kingdom

    People usually assume that anyone in danger at an amusement park would be patrons riding “thrill” rides such as roller coasters. But people designated to fix amusement rides are at risk, too. The ...

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  • 18 Months Later, Legal Battle in Seaworld Death Continues
    18 Months Later, Legal Battle in Seaworld Death Continues

    The incident made headlines because the unthinkable happened. When Tilikum, the largest whale at SeaWorld, killed its trainer in February 2010, people were shocked. Some still cannot fathom what ...

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