Spring is the time of year where more teens are likely to be involved in a car accident. With prom and graduation celebrations about ready to get underway, The Maryland Community Crime Prevention Institute, the Department of Public Safety and the Sykesville Facility are teaming up to put together a program for teens with one message in mind - drive safely or risk death from a car accident.
When you are involved in a serious car accident, the first thing that you expect is to be taken to the hospital to be treated for your injuries. But, a recently released study shows that those who are seriously injured and transported by a helicopter have a better survival rate than those transported by an ambulance. Will this mean changes to how ambulances respond to car accidents?
Preparing for the arrival of a baby is exciting, but sometimes frightening if you don't know what to expect. Most mother's who have been through child birth understand the process and pain that you go through, but in the end it's all worth it. Now, imagine a freak accident during your cesarean section that leaves you with a third-degree burn on the side of your stomach. This unfortunate incident happened to a woman in 2010 and she is now suing the doctor and hospital for medical malpractice.
Wearing your seatbelt is second nature to many drivers, but for some younger drivers it's not. And for one teen, not wearing her seat belt has landed her in the hospital in critical condition after a three-car accident along Maryland Route 152.