Archives for November 2011

Los Angeles Road Slides into Ocean

Severe rain in the southern part of  California has caused a huge portion of a road to collapse into the ocean, leaving a huge hole in the side of a cliff.   Over the weekend, a 900ft section of highway south of Los Angeles eroded and slid  into the Pacific Ocean.   The section … [Read more...]

Toddler Swallows Battery, Undergoes 18 Surgeries

According to the CBS affiliate in Arizona KPHO-TV, a toddler who swallowed a tiny battery has undergone several  surgeries as doctors battle to save his life. The- two-year-old swallowed a lithium battery from a remote control and has now undergone 18 surgeries in the past year at Phoenix … [Read more...]

Traffic Camera Fate Delayed

Accident News BEAUFORT, S.C. (WLTX-TV) - A state commission that was supposed to examine the use of traffic cameras in the state was supposed to have issued its report this week.  However that has not been done because the panel never met. The Beaufort Gazette reports the panel was established … [Read more...]

Connor Shaw Suffers Concussion, Questionable for Florida Game

WLTX-TV is reporting that Steve Spurrier confirmed that USC quarterback Connor Shaw and linebacker Devonte Holloman both sustained a concussion in Saturday's game against Arkansas.   As a precaution, Shaw and Holloman will not participate in practice and will be further evaluated this week. A … [Read more...]

Child Dies in SC Day Care

Richland County, SC- Wltx-TV is reporting that Columbia police is still investigating the death of a child at a day care center. Family members told the news station that the 15-month-old girl passed away Thursday afternoon. The coroner's office says they are still performing tests to find out … [Read more...]

ADT Recalls Carbon Monoxide Detectors

South Carolina Accident Attorneys Approximately 20,000 CO 1224T Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors are being voluntarily recalled by Sensor System, of St. Charles, Ill., and ADT Security Services Inc. of Boca Raton, Fla., in cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission.  In order to check … [Read more...]