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Construction workers at a DC construction site suffered serious injuries after a trench partially collapsed.

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The Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C., is actively investigating a recent auto accident that resulted in the tragic death of a pedestrian.

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It may be hard to believe, but a food distributor recently announced a product recall of frozen hash browns after it was revealed that the food items may contain pieces of golf balls. http://www.seekingjustice.com/blog/hash-browns-recalled-golf-balls/
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The trench was reportedly 20 feet deep.

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Maryland State police are investigating a recent car accident on a Maryland highway that resulted in serious injuries to two minors and one fatality.

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Police believe that one of the motorists involved in a fatal car crash on Maryland Route 3 in Crofton, MD was driving under the influence of alcohol.

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The recall, which is being issued voluntarily, was deemed necessary by Trader Joe’s officials after the company received reports of consumers finding glass particles in the products.

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Avoiding a car accident begins with knowing area roads; specifically, knowing which intersections are most dangerous. Having this knowledge is the first step towards safer driving, greater attentiveness and accident avoidance.

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Commuting by car continues to be the top mode of transportation in Washington D.C., with public transportation running a close second. This was one of the insights reported in the District Department of Transportation’s (DDOT) recently released District Mobility website.

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The study, recently published in Pediatrics, looked at youth car crash deaths from 2000-2013. The study found that out of 84,756 vehicular fatalities, 23,757 (28.0%) were alcohol related.
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