September 2018 Archives

Push is on to mandate crash avoidance systems in trucks

In 2016, 4,300 Americans were killed in car accidents involving semis and other large trucks, which is a 28 percent increase compared to 2009. Despite this, commercial trucks in New York and across the U.S. aren't required to have collision avoidance technology.

Hit-and-run driver sentenced in New York

A 23-year-old New York man was sentenced to five years of probation on Sept. 18 for leaving the scene of a traffic accident that claimed the life of a motorcyclist. The Rome resident will spend the first six months of his sentence at the Oneida County Jail according to reports. He was originally charged in May with leaving the scene of an accident involving death or serious injury and reckless driving.

Intoxicated chef pleads guilty to manslaughter after crash

New York residents may be interesting in learning the disposition of a legal case involving a popular chef from an Ithaca restaurant. On March 3, the 53-year-old chef was reportedly driving under the influence when his actions caused a collision that killed a young Auburn man.

Dirty surgical tools and hospital acquired infections

The practice of medicine has changed and evolved so much throughout the centuries that the last thing anyone expects to learn/hear about is the use of dirty and unclean surgical tools and medical equipment. Though it can take months for doctors/hospitals to notify at-risk patients, many people never find out at all.

Investigation of deadly truck and bus crash focuses on tires

Trucking companies in New York and elsewhere must maintain their fleets so that commercial vehicles function within safety standards. As a result, the condition of the front tires on one semi-truck has come under scrutiny after it crashed into a bus and killed eight people Aug. 31 on Interstate 40 in New Mexico.

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