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California Man Uses Brain Injury as Motivation

A 65-year-old man who suffered a traumatic brain injury in 1964 says that the fact that nurses reading get-well cards from friends and family as well as his paper-route customers during his three-week coma provided motivation for him to recover. He also says that his later career as a noted technology leader was due to [...]

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Japanese Students Killed, 5 Others Injured

A tragic recent car accident killed three young adults and injured five others in Oceanside, according to reports. The adults are all Japanese citizens who were attending Palomar College as part of an international studies program. The students were all riding in a 2000 Honda Prelude when for unknown reasons it veered off the highway [...]

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Fiesta Island Accident Highlights Bicycle Safety Issues

According to recent statistics from the California Highway Patrol's Statewide Integrated Traffic Reporting System, bicyclists are in particular danger on our state's highways. This fact was highlighted recently when eight bicyclists were hit and injured by a car going the wrong way on Fiesta Island near San Diego. Six of the eight victims were hospitalized, [...]

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Plane Crash Leaves Behind Pregnant Widows

A freak accident has made widows out of a California woman and her two daughters. The husbands of the women were flying in a single-engine 1967 Piper when it is believed the engine failed, causing the plane to go down. Witnesses described hearing a sputtering sound and saw the plane clip the treetops before crashing [...]

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Preventable Tragedy and Comparative Negligence in California

Four passengers died at the scene of a truck accident on State Route 36 east of Hydesville, according to recent reports. The truck was carrying eight people when it swerved off the road and hit a tree. Several of the passengers were in the bed of the truck at the time of the collision. All [...]

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Hospitals Fined for Failure to Ensure Patients Care and Safety

Eight California hospitals received a total of $775,000 in fines for serious violations in their licensing requirements. Two of the hospitals were cited for multiple violations. Most violations were for failure to ensure the health and safety of their patients by not following surgical policies and procedures, which basically means that doctors and nurses failed [...]

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Positive Train Control: Staying on Track

Positive train control is a technology that is not new, yet the railroad industry is slow to adopt it in a position that seems to put profit margin before safety. The National Transportation Safety Board first made recommendations to install this technology 45 years ago; however, only a small portion of America’s rail network has [...]

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Helicopter Crash Leaves Only Pilot Injured

A helicopter crash in Merced miraculously left only the pilot injured, according to recent reports. Witnesses gave various accounts of the crash that have helped authorities to begin piecing together what happened. One man who was walking his dog reported that he heard the sound of metal blades hitting the ground while another man who [...]

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Joyride Turns into a Nightmare

Two individuals who were left hanging almost 30 feet in the air when a tree fell onto the tracks of the roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain have filed suit for injuries sustained during the ride. Reports indicate the ride was operating at its normal capacity when the incident occurred and there did not [...]

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