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Slip and fall myths may save Austin residents from injuries

Injuries happen every day to many Austin residents. From spraining an ankle to getting a paper cut, injuries are part of life, but are also usually preventable. One of the leading causes of unintentional injuries in the America is from slips and falls. In fact, more than 25,000 people lost their life to a slip and fall accident in 2009….
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Student injured by Texas school theater prop

A 16-year-old Boerne High School student was recently injured while he was attempting to flip a page of a 12-foot yearbook, which was a prop for a school musical. The wooden yearbook, which stood more than twice the student’s height, and weighed about 500 pounds, fell over on top of him. The accident caused multiple injuries, including a compound fracture…
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Dog bite leads to amputation of legs and fingers of Texas woman

A dog bite recently infected a Texas woman with rare bacteria, which required doctors to amputate her fingers and legs. The woman is presently in an Austin hospital’s intensive care unit. The woman, who is a dog lover and a mother of four children, intervened in a scuffle between two family dogs during Christmas, which led to the bites. She…
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