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Many Preventable Fireworks Injuries Occur Around July 4th Holiday

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If it blows up or goes up in Lexington, it’s illegal. That’s how fire officials like to explain local ordinances about fireworks during the Fourth of July holiday, according to WKYT. Even though state law allows people to buy fireworks in many Kentucky counties, they cannot be set off in Fayette County. Small handheld fireworks…

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Injuries on Trampolines Lead to 100,000 Emergency Room Visits Annually

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More than 1 million people were treated in U.S. emergency rooms over a ten-year period for injuries sustained in trampoline accidents, according to a recent study by medical researchers from the University of Indiana School of Medicine. The researchers examined data from 100 hospitals on trampoline-related injuries between 2002 and 2011. Nearly 289,000 people –…

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Child Car Seats Save Lives in Kentucky

Each year, more than 1,000 children under the age of 14 are killed in auto accidents in Kentucky and nationwide – and approximately 180,000 children are injured. Many of those young victims would have been spared if they had been properly restrained in a safety seat. Child car seats reduce the risk of death in…

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KY School Bus Accidents Raise Question of Whether Seatbelts Should be Required on Buses

A Kentucky school bus crash earlier this month has resulted in various minor injuries to many of the 16 elementary school students on a field trip to Mammoth Cave. The accident, caused by a tractor-trailer bumping the front fender of the bus, sent the bus flipping over an embankment. Fortunately, no serious injuries were reported…

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