New crash tests show that even when a semi truck has a rear-guard that meets U.S. safety rules designed to prevent serious injuries, a car that rear-ends that truck is still at an incredible risk for serious injuries, including decapitation.
While the cause of the crash is still under investigation, it is known that one factor that led to many injuries was the bus' lack of seat belts.
A taxi cab crashed in to a crowd outside the Stingaree nightclub in San Diego on Saturday, injuring 36.
The CPSC has announced 7 recalls this week, including a video baby monitor after two reports of strangulation.
Faking an auto accident injury is not only a bad idea, it's illegal, not to mention incredibly dangerous, and could lead to serious injuries or death.
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