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April 2015 Archives

Grand jury indicts man for crimes stemming from 2014 accident

A 25-year-old man from New York has been incarcerated following a motor vehicle accident involving a motorcycle he had been driving. The accident lead to the death of another cyclist. Although the wreck took place in May 2014, the process of investigation and indictment took a long time to complete, and the man was not detained until April 16, 2015.

Homicide charge filed after fatal motorcycle accident

A fatal multi-vehicle accident that took place on a New York highway in May has resulted in a motorcyclist being charged with criminally negligent homicide. On April 16, the motorcyclist pleaded not guilty to the charge. His defense lawyer referred to the accident as very tragic.

The dangers of a spinal cord injury in a car accident

Many New York roadways are constantly crowded. With the amount of traffic that is present, car accidents often occur that result in serious and sometimes fatal injuries. Injuries to the spine are particularly dangerous, and it has been reported by the World Health Organization that car accidents are one of the leading causes of the estimated 250,000 to 500,000 spinal cord injuries that are suffered by people around the world every year.

New York woman killed when SUV crashes through store

According to law enforcement officials, a 66-year-old woman died and two other people were injured after an SUV crashed through a Long Island phone store. The accident occurred on March 30 at the AT&T store on Northern Boulevard in Great Neck.

Fast-food workers make complaints to OSHA

Twenty-eight fast-food workers in 19 cities have filed a joint complaint against McDonald's, alleging unsafe working conditions and managerial indifference to worker injury. Among the problems mentioned in the complaint were poor training with regard to handling hot substances such as fryer grease, workers being forced to work at a pace that precluded appropriate safety precautions, and a manager who told one employee to use mayonnaise to treat a burn. The complaints may affect McDonald's operations from New York to California.

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