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  • Baby Bather Recalled After Reports Of Skull Fractures

    Baby Bather Recalled After Reports Of Skull Fractures
    Summer Infant of Woonsocket, RI is recalling the Mother's Touch/Deluxe Baby Bather due to fall and head injury hazards.  When the small tub is lifted, the hinges can malfunction, causing a baby to drop from the bather. According to the CPSC, "Four children between two weeks and two months old received skull fractures, including one that required intensive care for bleeding on the brain. The fifth child received a bump to the head requiring emergency room treatment."
  • Extreme Driving

    What to Do After a Single-Car Crash By Shamit Choksey, Cars.com Do's ...  * Stay in your car until you can assess how badly you've been injured. If everything seems fine, just sit for a minute and collect your thoughts.     * If you suspect you have a...

    Stratford Gym Is A Memorial To A Young Athlete

    Stratford Gym Is A Memorial To A Young Athlete
                  After the tragic death of Erin Babieanu , who died during a fatal car accident in Jamaica when her taxi hit an oncoming truck which instantly killed the driver and seriously  injured the others in the vehicle. Erin Marie Babieanu died due...

    Accidently on Purpose

    By Jim Gorzelany CTW Features Economic woes and double-digit unemployment are being blamed for a rash of staged auto accidents by criminals against unsuspecting motorists to line their pockets through fraudulent insurance claims. Ten people were...

    No Good Solution For Dangerous Ramp

    Editor's Note: This appeared in the Opinion Section of today's Hartford Courant. Is this stretch part of your everyday commute? Have you gotten into an accident or have a suggestion to cut back on the danger to drivers? Let us know in the comment...