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Hit-and-run Driver Identified in Overbrook Park Crash

Six people were injured and a man died after a juvenile driver fled the scene of a crash on Haverford Avenue in Overbrook Park. According to witnesses, the young woman fled the scene on foot after handing her children over to people at the scene. Law enforcement is aware of her identity but has not […]

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One Person Dies in Tractor-trailer Crash on I-81

One of the people involved in a tractor-trailer accident on northbound Interstate 81 has died, according to officials. The crash involved multiple vehicles. The deceased, Bernardo Charris, 39, of North Carolina, who was the driver of a tractor-trailer, was transported to a nearby hospital after the crash. Charris’s vehicle crashed into three other parked tractor-trailers […]

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Cheat Lake Boat Explosion Injures Seven

A recent boat explosion that occurred on Cheat Lake in West Virginia left seven people injured. According to a spokesman for the West Virginia Division of Natura Resources, the explosion occurred when the operator attempted to start the engine just after the boat refueled at the Edgewater Marina. Eight people were onboard at the time […]

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Construction Worker Killed in Hit-and-Run Incident in Hazle Township

Kevin Dendulk, a construction worker from Royerford, was killed recently after being struck by a hit-and-run driver along Interstate 81 in Luzerne County. This incident occurred on August 1st, 2020, around 1:15 am. The Pennsylvania State Police are looking for the driver and vehicle. According to law enforcement, the vehicle involved in the incident is […]

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Dangers of Poultry Industry Increase amidst COVID19 Outbreak

The food processing industry, specifically poultry processing facilities, are some of the most dangerous for workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the virus spreads throughout the industry, workers face more danger than those working in sawmills and coal mines. According to data from the Arkansas Department of Health’s business report, Tyson occupies four of the […]

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Enterprise Rental Cars Sued

Enterprise Leasing Company is facing legal action after the company allegedly violated the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN Act). It was accused of doing so after terminating hundreds of employees without cause or any advanced written notice amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The lawsuit was filed in federal court in the Middle District of […]

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City of Sibley Sued for Negligence

A lawsuit has been filed against the city of Sibley, Iowa, after a man was electrocuted and fell after touching a high-voltage line. According to the lawsuit, the city knew the line’s location did not comply with safety codes, but failed to warn the worker. Victor Maldonado, a construction worker working on a building in […]

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Lawsuit Filed by Man Struck by Falling Debris in Myrtle Beach

One of the two workers injured at a construction site in Myrtle Beach has filed a lawsuit seeking compensation for his injuries. The man was injured when debris fell from the 25-story project located along Ocean Boulevard. Timothy Duarte filed a civil suit in Horry County civil court claiming that he requires extensive medical treatment […]

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Trump Administration Rejects Projected COVID-19 Death Toll in Government Report

The White House has refuted an internal government report obtained by The New York Times predicting the daily death toll from COVID-19 could double by early June. According to the report, the internal update was obtained from the CDC after being acquired from FEMA. It predicts daily deaths could reach 3000 in the United States […]

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Settlement Approved in Walmart Pregnancy Discrimination Case

A federal judge has approved a $14 million settlement in a class action lawsuit accusing Walmart of discriminating against pregnant employees. According to the claim, the retailer denied access to necessary workplace accommodations. According to the National Women’s Law Center, it is the first case of its kind to settle as a class action. The […]

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