Tag Archives: Deaths

Surge of Pedestrian Deaths Sparks Demands for New Safety Methods

From 2009 to 2016 (the last full year of analyzed data), the number of pedestrian deaths in the United States spiked 46 percent.  During that time, 5,987 people lost their lives in pedestrian accidents and tens of thousands of others … Continue reading

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Oregon Workplace Deaths and Third-Party Liability

A recent Associated Press article about the deaths of two workers building a new luxury hotel in the Orlando area caught my eye because it is relevant to workplace safety discussions that often take place here in Oregon. According to … Continue reading

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Boating Deaths Have More Than Doubled in Tennessee This Year — Some Safety Reminders

Boating season is still in full swing on Tennessee waters.  As for the Days, we wait until the very last minute to pull our boat out of the water for winter so that we can eek out as much time … Continue reading

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Texas Ranks Higher than Average for DUI-Related Deaths

Drunk driving is a serious concern throughout the country, but the issue is even more concerning in Texas. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 13,138 people were killed in crashes involving a drunk driver in Texas … Continue reading

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NYC Traffic deaths at record low during the first semester of 2018

84 people including 49 pedestrians, 6 cyclists, 3 vehicle passengers and 26 vehicle drivers died in traffic accidents in New York City during the first semester. This is the lowest number of traffic deaths ever recorded in the city during … Continue reading

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