Tips for Treating Georgia Burn Injuries

No one attends a bonfire or a bar-b-que expecting anything other than a good time. Unfortunately, there’s always the possibility of serious injury when fire is involved. Before attending any event, it’s a good idea to learn about treating burns. It’s also important to recognize how severe the burn is, and when the injury requires […]

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Two Atlanta Fire Department Vehicles Collide

In a bizarre incident last month, two Atlanta Fire Department Vehicles responding to the same emergency call collided with each other. According to an 11 Alive news story, the accident happened when both vehicles were racing to a warehouse fire. One vehicle was a fire truck; the other was a large sports utility vehicle (SUV). […]

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Truck Wreck Closes I-40

A tractor trailer accident forced the shutdown of a major Interstate for several hours late last month. The accident happened near Conover, North Carolina, when a semi truck was trying to avoid the traffic that was braking in front of it. The truck’s driver apparently lost control and crashed. The truck then began leaking fuel […]

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Georgia Ranks Number 10 In Fido Bites

Sometimes, Man’s Best Friend isn’t Man’s Best Friend. Recent DNA studies show that modern dogs are descendants of wolves domesticated over 19,000 years ago. Yet, in all that time, some dogs still have a bit of wild animal left in them. Whether a dog is a biter or not usually depends on its breeding, upbringing, […]

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Georgia Dog Bite Facts and Stats

Dogs are a member of the family and many dog owners love them so much they think their dog could never bite anyone. Of course, if you ask any of the five million people a year who is a victim of dog bites and attacks, they might tell you differently. Any dog can bite, no […]

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