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  • October is Fire Prevention Month in the Tallahassee Area
    October is Fire Prevention Month in the Tallahassee Area

    Check Sm oke Detector In October To Make Sure It Is Working October is national fire safety month in Tallahassee. The theme of this year’s campaign is “ Where’s the Beep ” and the purpose of the ...

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  • Back-Over Accidents – Protecting Kids Around Cars
    Back-Over Accidents – Protecting Kids Around Cars

    Back- Over Accident News WCTC TV reported on Friday about a back-over accident where a man backed his vehicle over a one-year-old girl. According to police reports, the man accidentally backed over ...

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  • Former NFL Kicker Allegedly Went on Road Rampage Before Fatal Car Crash
    Former NFL Kicker Allegedly Went on Road Rampage Before Fatal Car Crash

    Two Incidents Of Road Rage Reported On Night Of Bironas’ Death News reports from this past weekend indicate that Former Tennessee Titan kicker Rob Bironas was allegedly involved in two road rage ...

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  • Governor’s Cabinet Declares October as Disability Employment Month
    Governor’s Cabinet Declares October as Disability Employment Month

    O ctober is Disability Employment Month The Governor’s Cabinet recently declared October as disability employment month in Florida. As explained by a state spokesperson, “What [the State] wanted to do ...

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  • Vehicle Injuries and Deaths Involving Young Florida Drivers
    Vehicle Injuries and Deaths Involving Young Florida Drivers

    Accordin g to the most recent government data, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for all 15-20 year olds. This number included 317 young drivers from the State of Florida. NTSA Data ...

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  • Florida Swimming Pool Injuries and Child Drowning Accidents
    Florida Swimming Pool Injuries and Child Drowning Accidents

    Th e scenario is far too common as warm weather starts to hit Florida—rescue units are called to a residential pool in an effort to save a child who has been pulled from the water and is unresponsive. ...

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