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NTSB Releases Its Preliminary Findings in NY Stretch Limo Accident that Killed 20

The NTSB has released their report on the October 6th “stretch limo” accident in New York. Read more about the findings of this report from the experienced accident lawyers at The Doan Law Firm.

Three-Year-Old Drowns in Hotel Swimming Pool

Although most drowning accidents occur outdoors, many such accidents involving younger children happen indoors in places such as hotels, day care, and recreation centers. In today’s post, we are sad to report yet another death involving a child and an indoor swimming pool. Raymond Whitlock’s drowning was third such accident in four years at Quality Inn and Suites West Waterpark in Knoxville As we have stated on other pages of this website, initial news reports ofany accident are often incomplete…

National Transportation Safety Board Releases Preliminary Report on Ohio Medical Transport Helicopter Crash

In a previous post, we discussed the publicly-available facts regarding the January 29th crash of a medical transportation helicopter near the town of Zaleski, Ohio. In that post we speculated that poor weather conditions may have been a factor in that accident, which resulted in the destruction of the aircraft and the deaths of the three crewmembers on board. On Monday, the NTSB released its preliminary report regarding the circumstances of that accident. Initial Findings of the Accident The involved…

Fraternity Pledge Found Dead at University of Vermont

The University of Vermont announced that it has suspended all fraternity activities after a 19-year-old man was found dead Saturday (February 2nd) morning. According to a Burlington Police Department spokesman, preliminary autopsy findings indicate that Vermont freshman Connor Gage died from hypothermia and that alcohol intoxication appears to have been a contributing factor. The National Weather Service reported that the overnight temperatures in the Burlington area ranged from 0 to -5°F, with winds of 5 to 10 mph. These conditions…

Drowning Deaths in January 2019

The U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that accidental drowning (not due to boating accidents) is the 5th most-common cause of unintentional injury death in the United States, with an estimated average of 10 deaths per day. Since this estimate is based on data accumulated during the years 2005 – 2014, it may not accurately reflect the results of more recent trends in water safety. In this summary, the drowning and aquatic accident lawyers at The Doan…

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