In many parts of the country, fall means the arrival of hunting season. While hunters may look forward to this time of the year, it is very important to be aware of some of the different risks associated with hunting season. Aside from firearm mishaps, things may go wrong in other ways. For example, a motor vehicle collision may occur as a result of hunting activity. Moreover, these crashes may involve other drivers who are not aware that anyone is even hunting nearby.
Any traffic accident can be tough, but some are especially devastating, such as drunk driving accidents which involve an inebriated driver who never should have been on the road. Sadly, these wrecks continue to happen at an alarming rate and the risk of a drunk driving crash is especially high during the holiday season. As the end of the year approaches, be sure to watch out for drunk drivers and make sure that you stand up for your rights in the event that one causes a collision which causes you or one of your family members to suffer.
Families all over Southwestern Pennsylvania are gearing up for a joyous holiday season. For home chefs, this means whipping up delicious meals for friends and family, including turkey and all the trimmings. If you plan on hosting a holiday gathering in your home this season, ADT recommends the following tips.
Last week, a second-grader in Pennsylvania was hit by a vehicle while waiting at the bus stop and died. The bus driver found him when the bus arrived at the stop. It was the fifth time in three days that vehicles injured or killed students at a bus stop.