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Crash Threat Prompts Recall of Jay Flight Swift SLX Travel Trailers

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Jayco has announced the recall of 300 trailers produced between October 24, 2011 and July 3 of this year because of the potential for axle failure caused by the installation of oversized bearings. This can create a potential crash hazard. … LEARN MORE


Buses Recalled By Collins for Electrical Panel Detachment Defect

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The Collins Bus Corporation is recalling 196 Mid-Bus, Corbeil, and Collins school buses of the 2012 model year due to an inadequately secured electrical panel. The panel cover can come loose with vibration and fall off, causing a potentially injurious … LEARN MORE


Ontario Firms Campaign to Curb Distracted Driving

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The Canadian Automobile Association, The Ontario Provincial Police, and other safety partners are teaming up to educate Ontario drivers about the potentially fatal risks of driving while distracted. The month-long campaign launches on August 1st and encourages drivers to focus … LEARN MORE


FDA Approves Pills That Provide Alerts If Medication Isn't Taken

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The Food and Drug Administration has granted approval to pills from Proteus Digital Health that can alert a patient to when they’ve forgotten to take their medication.  The pills contain a microchip the size of a grain of sand that … LEARN MORE


Alabama Official Offers Bike Safety Recommendations for Children

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The Children’s of Alabama Patient Safety Educator is offering tips designed to keep children safe when they ride their bicycles.  The first tip, not surprisingly, advised all members of the family to wear helmets, as doing so greatly reduces the … LEARN MORE


San Francisco Sees Rise in Pedestrian Fatality Rates

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Pedestrian fatality rates continue to rise in the city of San Francisco.  In 2010, only 15 people died throughout the entire year, but that number increased to 17 in 2011.  Only halfway through 2012, the San Francisco Police Department reports … LEARN MORE


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