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July 2013 Archives

Two injured in a Pennsylvania motorcycle crash

Residents in Pennsylvania are observing others enjoying the warmer weather. Drivers can be seen traveling with their windows down, convertibles with their tops down and an increase of motorcycles on the roadway. Although some safety practices can reduce the chances of being injured on a motorcycle, motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries or even death. These small vehicles can frequently go undetected by a driver who is not being attentive. Drivers should be aware of these small vehicles and their ability to hide in blind spots. Both automobile drivers and motorcycle drivers should use extra precaution when traveling at nighttime.

Construction worker injured at Pennsylvania work site

Residents of Pennsylvania understand that construction workers can encounter some risks at a job site. Hiring qualified and trained workers and providing all workers with up-to-date safety equipment often reduces these risks and dangers. Even with these safety measures are implemented, however, the unexpected could happen at the work site. Injuries could result following a workplace accident.

Early morning collision injures one and kills another

Pennsylvania drivers encounter numerous vehicles, traffic and even different weather while traveling on the road. A driver can potentially encounter several hazards on the road everyday, but some dangers are unavoidable. When a driver is negligent, other drivers may not be able to escape a car accident. This could result in serious injuries or even death.

Two miners injured at work released from hospital

Numerous jobs in society are inherently dangerous. Pennsylvania residents are well aware of the dangers associated with working at a coal mine, but they are conscious of the safety training and equipment provided in order to reduce any hazards. Although several measures can be implemented to reduce the chances of a workplace accident, on-the-job injuries still occur because many of the accidents in coalmines occur very unexpectedly.

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