September Injury & Accident News
Planning for emergencies, such as a hurricane is like buying insurance: you pay into an account and hope you’ll never have to use it. But life happens. Having money in the bank to cover those unexpected expenses can reduce stress and keep you from relying on credit cards and loans to keep your life afloat. Read all the tips on saving by clicking here.
A 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit central Mexico this week, It happened exactly 32 years after a quake killed thousands in Mexico City. Many buildings collapsed and caused over 200 deaths. Read more on this tragic quake here.
20 automakers that control 99 percent of the U.S. market agreed to make Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) a standard feature on almost all models by 2022. That was a year ago. Now a year later, some are charging ahead and some haven’t started. This feature could prevent many fatal accidents. Volvo, Toyota and Mercedes are leading the way. Click here to see how, who isn’t and learn more about AEB.
This past Wednesday Yankee player Todd Frazier hit a 105 mph fast ball that hit a toddler. The young girl was taken to the hospital for treatment. Many players and fans are calling for more protective netting, but others say it will “limit the view”. Frazier and other players on both teams were visibly distressed after the ball hit the toddler. Read more here.
Actor KJ Apa of the Netflix show Riverdale fell asleep at the wheel around midnight after working a 16-hour day. Soon after he struck a light pole. While he is okay, his car is destroyed. This accident is a reminder that you should never risk driving drowsy. Read more on the story here.