Halloween is just a few days away, and that means scary costumes, frightening parties and lots of candy will be flowing in neighborhoods throughout Ohio. While the Halloween holiday is a time for people to have fun by dressing up, going to scary haunted houses and putting up spooky decorations, everyone should be aware of a real safety issue this Halloween.
Now that fall is here, drivers in Ohio should be aware of the increased risk of hitting a deer. The fall months see the most car accidents involving deer in Ohio so it is important for drivers to be cautious while driving, especially near corn fields and wooded areas.
Drunk driving car accidents can result in very serious injuries and fatalities. Unfortunately, drunk driving accidents continue to happen in Ohio and across the United States. After being injured in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, many victims wonder how their medical bills will be paid and if they will be able to continue working.
"I'm hoping people will remember me. Cincinnati will always be my second home," said "Paternity Court" TV Judge Lauren Lake. Judge Lake lived in Cincinnati in 2012, while her husband, Carlos Woods, was working as the Cincinnati Bengals strength coach. Their son was born that year at Cincinnati's Bethesda North Hospital.
Bicycle accidents can result in very serious and even fatal injuries for bicyclists. Many serious bicycle accidents are caused by collisions with motor vehicles, often due to a motorist not paying attention or being impaired.
A young child was hospitalized Tuesday morning after being hit by a Metro bus in Cincinnati, Ohio. The boy, still unidentified, was hit near the intersection of Winneste and Craft around 7:30 a.m. Police believe that the boy ran out from behind a car to follow his sister across the roadway.
A deadly car crash took two lives in Wayne County on Sunday afternoon. The crash occurred on U.S. 250 east, just west of Fountain Nook Road. James Magyar, 55, struck Don Grossniklaus, 78, who was traveling in the opposite direction on U.S. 250. Both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene. Matthew Magyar was a passenger in Magyar's vehicle, and was taken to Aultman Hospital in Canton, Ohio. Fortunately, his injuries were not life-threatening.
Traffic safety advocates continue to focus on preventing drunk driving in the United States. While drunk driving is very dangerous and leads to many car accidents in Ohio and throughout the country, a new study shows that safety groups may want to address another risky behavior that is just as dangerous as drunk driving.