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Study Finds Pokemon Go a Dangerous Distraction

Study Finds Pokemon Go a Dangerous Distraction

Pokemon Go, the popular augmented reality game, has proven itself to be one of the most played apps of all time since its introduction this past summer. Unfortunately, not all the news regarding the app has been positive, however. The game has recently been linked to a slew of car and pedestrian accidents, indicating the distraction of the game might

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Disturbing Increase in Traffic Deaths Reported

According to preliminary studies conducted by the National Safety Council, deaths in traffic accidents were up nine percent during the first half of 2016 compared to the same six month period in 2015. Unfortunately, this is consistent with a surge in auto accident fatalities which began two years ago. According to the research, between January and June this year, somewhere

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California Is Expected to Legalize Lane Splitting for Motorcyclists

Lane splitting, which is the practice of riding a motorcycle between lanes when traffic has stalled, has long been legal overseas. In the U.S., lane splitting is not considered normal practice, but in California, the practice is in a gray area-neither legal, nor illegal. Traffic enforcement officers tend to look the other way when motorcyclists ride between lanes, as long

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Night Restrictions Aim to Lower Crash Rates Among Teen Drivers

A growing body of evidence suggests that young, inexperienced drivers have a much greater risk of being involved in fatal accidents at night. Though crash risk is higher at night for all motorists, newly licensed teens make up a disproportionate percentage of nighttime accident fatalities. According to a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 31 percent

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Two Injured in Fiery L.A. Tanker Truck Collision

In the early morning hours of Monday, June 20, 2016, two men were seriously injured in a three-vehicle collision in Downtown Los Angeles. At about 3:30 a.m. in the 1500 block of Central Avenue at 16th Street in the vicinity of the entrance to the 10 Freeway, a car ran into a tanker truck which erupted into flames. Another car was

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Wrong-Way Crash on 101 Kills Young Man

In the early morning hours of Saturday, June 4, California Highway Patrol officers were flooded with phone calls reporting a wrong-way driver on the westbound 101 Freeway. By the time authorities arrived on the scene, the driver had crashed head-on with an oncoming vehicle, and succumbed to life-threatening injuries. The driver, a 25-year old man whose name has yet to

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Study Points To Sixth Sense Protecting Drivers, But Not While Texting

Over the past few years, studies have revealed that drivers are distracted by all sorts of things, including using a dashboard GPS and talking solely hands-free on a cell phone. But a recent study from the University of Houston and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute has shown that not all distractions are created equal. In fact, texting is among the

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Deadly Big Rig Hit and Run Accident Driver On the Run

Fleeing the scene of a crash is illegal in California, but unfortunately, that doesn’t stop negligent drivers from doing it anyway. Usually, hit and run drivers are operators of passenger vehicles, but one big rig driver recently attempted to flee legal repercussions by unhitching the trailer and taking off in the cab. The 18-wheeler crushed a pickup truck in Vernon,

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Hit and Run Crash in South Gate Kills Two

A teenage girl and a 55-year-old man were identified as the two victims killed in a hit-and-run crash in South Gate that left at least five others with serious injuries, confirms the Los Angeles County coroner’s office. Officials say that three of those harmed were listed in critical condition. Police were alerted to the accident on Garfield Avenue, close to

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NHTSA Reports Increased Roadway Deaths in 2015

According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), traffic fatalities on American roadways have been slowly dropping over the past several years. However, last year was something of an anomaly: during the first nine months of 2015, the agency logged more than 26,000 traffic deaths – marking a 9.3 spike over the previous year. NHTSA administrators say

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