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February 2012 Archives

Federal investigation for Burlington County bus-truck crash

A devastating accident between a dump truck and a school bus has sparked what is expected to be a year-long investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board. The fatal accident happened in Burlington County, where one family in Chesterfield is grieving the tragic loss of an 11-year-old triplet.

2 construction workers hit on New Jersey Turnpike

New Jersey residents know that construction sites can be dangerous places, and many worksite accidents are preventable if employers and workers take the proper precautions. But sometimes the very location of a worksite can place workers in more danger than members of the general public. For example, when construction workers are working near or on a roadway, the constant flow of traffic presents a continuous risk of personal injury for the workers who have to remain there, doing their jobs.

Fatal pedestrian accident under investigation in Delran

City traffic engineers and drivers alike have a responsibility to try to make New Jersey roadways safe. One aspect of a traffic engineer's job is to address unsafe road conditions such as intersections and traffic directives that have proven to be especially dangerous to motorists and pedestrians. Drivers, of course, must try to prevent personal injury by exercising due caution and limiting distractions. A recent pedestrian accident in Burlington County reminds us of the vital importance of these issues.

New Jersey man's estate awarded after doctor fails to diagnose

A New Jersey man was experiencing shortness of breath and chest pains when he visited South Jersey Healthcare-Regional Medical Center. The doctor who treated the man diagnosed him with a mere virus and sent him home without a prescription. The next day, the ailing man, fearing his imminent death, quickly wrote up a will that named his best friend as the executor of his estate. The sick man soon collapsed and lost consciousness from what was later determined to be a pulmonary embolism. Sadly, he was declared deceased when he arrived at the hospital.

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