States vary in what kinds of safety hazards are common on their roads. Here in Pennsylvania, one type of accident there is a relatively high risk of, compared to most states, are collisions with deer. This can be seen in a recent report on deer crashes.
When you have a baby, everything takes more time. Gearing up for a simple excursion to the park requires anticipating every possible eventuality. Will your baby need to eat or be changed while you’re out? Does she have adequate protection from the sun? Did you pack extra blankets or clothes in case she gets cold?
The summer is over, and the holiday season hasn’t yet arrived. And yet surprisingly, this non-descript down time has a tendency to create real safety risks for drivers. Two days over the coming week are among the most dangerous to be on the road.
When a car accident occurs on a Pennsylvania road, a driver may feel embarrassed or angry. However, the best thing in the immediate aftermath of a crash is to take a breath and assess the situation. If anyone is hurt, a call should be placed to get emergency personnel to the scene of the accident. Otherwise, the police should be called to take a report or keep the peace between those involved in the crash.