Over the past two weeks, 10 different products were recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
The hepatitis A outbreak associated with Townsend Farms Organic Antioxidant Blend of frozen berries and pomegranate seeds has expanded to seven states and affected 15 more people.
An outbreak of acute hepatitis A infecting 30 people and hospitalizing nine has been linked to a frozen fruit mix most commonly used in smoothies.
A biomass power plant in Northern California suffered a catastrophic mechanical failure, causing a boiler to explode, injuring two workers, one seriously, on Thursday, May 30th.
A freak sandstorm caused two serious pileups, injuring 6 people and forcing the closure of the 14 Freeway during evening rush hour on Tuesday, May 28th.
Two teenage boys and three teenage girls, all from Irvine, were killed in a devastating single-car crash in the early evening of Memorial Day, May 27th.
Eight products were recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recalled nine new products in the recent weeks.
A crash on the transition between the eastbound 60 and 71 freeways killed two and inured a third on the morning of Wednesday, May 22nd.
A big rig carrying 20 tons of meat overturned on Highway 14 in Santa Clarita in the morning hours of Tuesday, May 21st, causing significant traffic delays.