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How This NFL Player Drew Attention to the Salvation Army

During the holiday season, we encourage readers to take some time to think about the less fortunate and consider donating. In this viral video, Dallas Cowboys player Ezekiel Elliott draws attention to the Salvation Army – by jumping into the Salvation Army kettle outside the end zone.

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Are Hot Air Balloons Safe? Pilot in July 2016 Crash Was Impaired

Hot air balloon rides are one of the more unique thrill-seeking experiences, and the balloons themselves were the first successful human flight technology, dating all the way back to 1783. But balloon rides can rapidly go wrong, as witnessed in July of 2016, when a hot air balloon in Lockhart, Texas crashed to the ground after striking high-voltage power lines….
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Playground Safety Tips for Parents of Children in Austin

Many children love playing on the playgrounds in Austin. As fun as they are, they can also be dangerous if children are left unsupervised or if the area is not properly designed. Each year, ERs treat around two-hundred thousand children for these types of accidents. About 45 percent of playground-related injuries are severe, including fractures, traumatic brain injuries, dislocations, and…
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Are There Different Laws for Truck Drivers?

Injury Attorneys Discuss Accidents in Austin and Throughout Texas On September 16, a driver was killed when a rock-bearing semitrailer on U. S. 290 in Bastrop County attempted to avoid traffic, causing the truck to swerve and dislodge one of the rocks into the window of the other driver. Not all accidents involving trucks are fatal; however, a higher percentage…
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Proposal to Prevent Texas Fertilizer Explosions Immediately Meets Resistance

Austin Injury Attorney Ponders Ramifications of Disaster in West West Fertilizer Company, in a small Texas town also called West, was founded in 1962 and has supplied chemicals to farmers in the area ever since. The facility, which stores 240 tons of ammonium nitrate and 50 tons of anhydrous ammonia on its premises, was last inspected by OSHA in 1985,…
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