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Blog Posts in March, 2012

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  • Florida Driver Flees Scene After Striking Man Using Wheelchair
    Florida Driver Flees Scene After Striking Man Using Wheelchair

    Leaving the scene of an accident can have consequences almost as serious as causing the accident itself. A recent truck crash left a Florida man seriously injured, and now the driver is facing charges ...

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  • Three Vehicle Accident in Lake County Leaves One Dead
    Three Vehicle Accident in Lake County Leaves One Dead

    Driving carelessly can lead to tragedy. A car accident involving three vehicles last week in east Lake County resulted in the death of a 3-year-old girl riding in her mother’s car. Two other people ...

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  • Awareness Month Highlights Seriousness of Brain Injuries
    Awareness Month Highlights Seriousness of Brain Injuries

    On behalf of Oldham & Smith posted in Brain Injuries on Monday, March 19, 2012 March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, and it’s meant to shed light on how serious and common brain injuries can be, ...

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  • Texting banned while driving on Volusia beaches
    Texting banned while driving on Volusia beaches

    The Volusia County Council adopted a new strict rule earlier this month, completely prohibiting any texting by motorists driving on the beaches in the area. The adopted regulations also require ...

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  • Three Killed in Florida Crash; All Wearing Seatbelts
    Three Killed in Florida Crash; All Wearing Seatbelts

    Sometimes even when people are wearing their seatbelts, a crash can be severe enough to claim their lives, particularly when the impact is nearly head-on. A car crash in Polk City last week has ...

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  • Pedestrians, bicyclists at risk despite fewer accidents
    Pedestrians, bicyclists at risk despite fewer accidents

    Statistics show that roads in the Orlando metropolitan area have become safer for motorists and their passengers, but this has apparently not benefited bicyclists and pedestrians, who have a ...

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