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Blog Posts in April, 2012

  • Flatbed Truck Runs Over, Kills Two Florida Pedestrians

    Two women traveling on a Florida sidewalk were mowed down by a flatbed truck when it cut across oncoming traffic, jumped the curb and hit the two pedestrians. Initial reports reveal that both victims were drug about 100 feet across a motel parking lot before the truck hit a fence and came to a stop, just before plunging into the motel pool. The truck driver was taken to the hospital with minor ...
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  • Errors In Reopening I-75 Blamed For 11 Fatal, 18 Other Injuries

    Eleven people were killed in multiple, near-simultaneous motor vehicle accidents on I-75 earlier this year. With drivers blinded by smoke and fog, there were a total of six separate crashes involving about 20 different vehicles -- cars, trucks, vans, semi-trucks and a motorhome -- and eighteen more people were injured and taken to the hospital. A smoldering wildfire combined with fog in the early ...
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  • Hope For Families Facing A Cerebral Palsy Diagnosis After Childbirth

    According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 1 in every 300 children has cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is caused by injury to the brain, often occurring while a baby was still in the womb, during delivery or within the first few years of life. Although there is currently no cure, scientists are hopeful that a new drug may offer hope to children diagnosed with CP. There is a small window, ...
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  • South Florida Fatal Hit-And-Run Claims 13-Year-Old Victim

    Sandor Guillen was drinking and driving, according to police, traveling 100 mph down a 40 mph bus route in Southwest Miami-Dade when he slammed into a minivan, ripping it into two pieces. Guillen's Range Rover hit a tree and spun several times before coming to a stop. When it did, he jumped out and ran. The driver of the minivan was taking his two daughters to school when he was hit by the drunk ...
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  • Second lawsuit filed in Miami Beach police ATV crash

    Last week we discussed a series of complaints filed against the Miami Beach police department. At least one person reported seeing a Miami Beach police officer drinking in his squad car a few weeks ago and another police officer was caught on tape speeding through a crowded stretch of beach in a squad car. The Miami Beach Police Department was already under intense public scrutiny ever since last ...
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  • I-95 Car Pileup in Hollywood, Florida Severely Injuries Driver

    Easter Sunday started with a dramatic car accident on I-95 in Broward. Authorities say that a 48-year-old Miami man driving a Toyota Camry rear-ended in a 49-year-old Hallandale Beach man's Nissan Quest. This accident happened around 6:20 a.m. near Hollywood Boulevard. Rear-end accidents account for roughly a third of all car accidents in South Florida and often result in neck and back injuries. ...
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  • Inattentive Nurse Severs Florida Baby's Finger

    Amputations are one of the many injuries that a Florida patient can suffer in a medical malpractice incident. One young Polk County mother was recently horrified when an inattentive nurse at Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center cut her child's finger off instead of cutting a plastic intravenous tube attached to the baby's hand. "I looked at her hand and she didn't have her finger anymore," the ...
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