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A vacationing Lebanese surgeon will not return to his friends and family back home after he was struck and killed by a passing large truck on a local freeway. Florida Highway Patrol officer state that 36-year-old Dr. Nicholas Ibrahim and a friend – 37-year-old Abdul Aziz Al Enezi, of Kuwait – were changing drivers… Read More »
Drowning is the leading cause of death among kids in Florida. Florida law says your pool has to be enclosed, it must have a safety cover, doors that lead to the pool must have an alarm or a self closing, latch. For more information visit needreed.com. It’s like having a lawyer in the family.
The City of Ocoee faces a possible lawsuit after a police officer sped through an intersection at over 90 mph and slammed into a civilian’s car. Although there is some confusion about the details, officers were apparently pursuing a vehicle that resembled one used in an earlier Altamonte Springs armed robbery on Orange Blossom… Read More »
On September 6, 2015, three people, including an infant girl, were killed when a Mercedes SUV rear-ended a Nissan Maxima on the Florida turnpike in Lake County. Both vehicles ended up on their sides and engulfed in flames. The infant girl was ejected from the Nissan. And, according to the Florida Highway Patrol, the… Read More »
According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, between 2004 and 2013, 1,344 people were killed in accidents involving school buses. With kids heading back to school in Marion and Seminole Counties this week and Hillsborough County next week, it is important to be aware that school buses will be on the roads and… Read More »
Every year, Florida attracts hundreds of thousands of residents and visitors who want to enjoy the beautiful water surrounding the state. And as a result, recreational boating is ubiquitous throughout Florida. With the prevalence of individuals partaking in recreational boating, there also is the added factor of boating congestion. This increased boating congestion and… Read More »
A new smartphone app has hit the market, and it’s generated a good bit of media buzz. It’s called “Ignore No More,” and it’s been quite the talk among the parents of teenagers – and the hosts of NBC’s Today Show. The app is designed for parents who’ve grown frustrated with children who won’t… Read More »