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April 2014 Archives

Pit bull in quarantine after unprovoked Rolando attack

The world can be a scary place. Taking precautions to protect yourself can make sense whether you live in San Diego or some quiet bedroom community. For some people that protection might be in the form of a gun. For a woman in the Rolando neighborhood, it took the form of a 3-year-old pit bull by the name of Fatal.

When it comes to brain injury, what can we do?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are about 2.5 million traumatic brain injuries suffered in the U.S. every year. Most of those injuries result in at least emergency room visits. Some 280,000 result in the patient being admitted to the hospital and about 50,000 people die of their injuries every year.

Rage may be a factor in Spring Valley motorcycle fatal

Driver distraction is getting to be one of the biggest concerns related to traffic safety. So many accidents happen because the driver of a vehicle has his or her mind on things other than the task at hand. The result can be that someone is seriously hurt or killed. Pain and suffering can only follow.

Could fatal Calif. bus-truck crash lead to new safety measures?

If safety recommendations the National Transportation Safety Board has been pushing for had only been in use, some lives might have been saved in that deadly crash last week in Orland, California. That at least seems to be the suggestion behind comments from the chief NTSB official investigating the tragedy.

Days after dog attacks, question of ownership remains

If someone in San Diego becomes the victim of a vicious attack by a dog, the owner of that dog should not be surprised if action is taken to hold them accountable. The damage that an animal attack can do is not limited to the physical injuries that can be inflicted. There can be significant emotional trauma, as well.

Rescued-at-sea baby and family back in San Diego

Lots of eyes are likely turned to San Diego today. That's because a young family is coming home after an at-sea rescue this week. According to the California Air National Guard commander who was the first to get the mayday call, rescuers reached the family just in time, saving the life of a sick baby girl.

Mystery in Stockton motorcycle death has victim's family upset

The California Highway Patrol insists there is nothing to claims that a Stockton man's motorcycle death might have been caused by a CHP patrol officer. At the same time, there are a lot of questions surrounding the circumstances of the death and the victim's family says authorities haven't been very transparent in sharing whatever they know.

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