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18-Year-Old Killed Amazon Delivery Truck Accident

A yet to be identified 18-year-old young man was killed in a New York City Amazon delivery truck accident. The teenager was riding an electric Citi Bike. It appears he was in an appropriate lane traffic and made a legally permissible left turn from First Avenue onto 17th Street in the Grammercy neighborhood on Friday afternoon. As he was making what appear to have been a lawful turn, an Amazon delivery truck struck and killed the cyclist. Investigation Commenced into…

7 Reasons Why Amazon Demands on Drivers Heighten Risk of Deadly Accidents

Amazon is a company that has revolutionized the retail industry with its technological innovations and customer-centric approach. However, the company has been in the news lately for the wrong reasons. There have been numerous reports of serious and even deadly Amazon delivery truck accidents across the United States. In light of these Amazon delivery truck accidents, evidence indicates that Amazon puts pressure on its delivery drivers to meet tight schedules, making them vulnerable to accidents that can have fatal consequences….

Unraveling Why Most Texas Industrial Accidents Happen Under Moderately Hazardous Conditions

If you are like most people living in the Lone Star State, and in other locations across the country as well, you may be surprised to learn that the most hazardous conditions in plants and refineries are not the settings for the highest rate of Texas industrial accidents. The fact of the matter is that most Texas industrial accidents happen under moderately hazardous conditions and not when workers are exposed to truly significant dangers. Researchers had identified five reasons why…

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