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Kansas Highway Patrol talks safety to prevent roadside accidents
Kansas Highway Patrol talks safety to prevent roadside accidents
Mississippi: Community raises money for injured Marion County deputy
Mississippi: Community raises money for injured Marion County deputy
Texas: TTPD honors Officer Jason Sprague in special ceremony
Texas: TTPD honors Officer Jason Sprague in special ceremony
South Carolina: New work zone safety laws going into effect in South Carolina
South Carolina: New work zone safety laws going into effect in South Carolina
Maryland: Danger grows for troopers stopped on side of highways
"It's harrowing, to say the least; when a car goes by you when you're standing outside, it's six or seven inches from you, and it's going 70 or 80 miles per hour,” said First Sergeant David Ryan, Maryland State Police.
California: Off-Duty EMT killed helping motorist praised for selflessness
Stacey Warriner was doing what she always did -- assisting someone in need. “I can’t even count how many times she made a stop on the side of the road to help people,” her husband, Vaughn Warriner, said Friday, Jan. 27.
Driver-less Cars: A Problem Coming to a Town Near You
Although trolly problems have attracted a lot of attention, the AV industry has generally avoided comment or been dismissive. When a Daimler AG executive allegedly took a side this fall — reportedly telling Car and Driver that Mercedes-Benz AV would protect passenger at all costs — the company issued a strong denial, saying “it is clear that neither programmers nor automated systems are entitled to weigh the value of human lives.” Daimler added that trolly problems weren’t really an issue, as th
Law Enforcement Officer Fatalities Nationwide in 2016
Fifty-three officers were killed in traffic-related incidents in 2016, which was 10 percent more than the 48 killed on roadways in 2015. Of the 53 traffic-related deaths, 28 died in automobile crashes, 15 were struck and killed while outside of their vehicle and 10 were killed in motorcycle crashes. Prior to 2016, traffic-related incidents have been the number one cause of officer fatalities in 15 of the last 20 years.
Florida: Fundraiser collects $6,410 for injured Polk Deputy Adam Pennell
Polk County Deputy Adam Pennell hopes to return to work in six months to a year after fully recovering from life-threatening injuries suffered in an Oct. 29 hit-and-run accident while on duty.
Illinois: Disturbing video shows Illinois State Trooper hit by drunk driver
Disturbing video of a drunk driving crash that seriously injured an Illinois State Trooper has been released. Leslie Thurow, 61, is sentenced to 13 years in prison for causing the crash that sent ISP Trooper Michael Cokins and four others to the hospital.
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