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February 2012 Archives

Repair firm owner cited in elevator death could lose license

The first formal reports on the investigations into the death-by-elevator accident last month that claimed the life of a Madison Avenue advertising executive are out. They point a finger of blame directly at elevator maintenance workers and the company they were employed by as the cause. It's a claim the company says it will fight.

Deadly Landover KFC crash investigated by police

Authorities in Prince George's County continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding a deadly car crash earlier this week. In addition to leaving one person dead, two other people suffered personal injuries as a result of the accident. While their injuries are said to be non-life threatening, officials say they were both hospitalized for their wounds.

Access to ongoing pediatric care after birth can be key to life

There is nothing in the world that compares to the moment a parent gets to hold his or her newborn child for the first time. Every birth represents new possibilities for the child and the world. But the overriding concern for most parents, in Maryland and around the world, is whether their newborn is healthy.

3-car collision in Carroll County kills Baltimore woman

The blink of an eye; that's all it takes for a car accident to occur and lives to be changed forever. For some it means the end of life as they know it because of the personal injuries they suffer. For others, it can be the end of life altogether. The survivors are victims.

Grocer dinged for doctoring personal injury video evidence

The risk of a slip and fall varies according to all sorts of conditions that may be in place at any given time. But it's usually possible to reduce risk by managing those variables. Indeed, every Maryland property owner has a responsibility to do just that to mitigate the chance of someone getting hurt.

Fibber McGee avalanche experience no joke in real life

The crashing pyramid of foodstuffs -- it's a staple bit of humor in a lot of comedy movies and cartoons. But it turns out that when an avalanche of groceries tumbles down on people in real life it's not necessarily funny. It might be one thing if the items in the spill are rolls of toilet paper, but when they're cans of tomato sauce, the results can be truly painful and bloody.

Electrical worker in D.C. hospital after high-power jolt

An electrical contract worker is reported in stable condition and said to be on the mend at Washington Hospital Center with burns over 50 percent of his body after suffering a power line jolt. According to Dominion Power, the man's injuries are the result of an unexplained error that caused what is called a flash over.

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