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Southwest Airlines Plane Strikes and Kills Man On Runway In Austin

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Southwest Airlines Plane Strikes and Kills Man On Runway In Austin

On Thursday, May 7th at 8:12PM, a Boeing 737 Jet arriving from Dallas struck and killed a man while landing at Austin Bergstrom International Airport. According to the Dallas Morning News, the pilot of the plane reported seeing a person on runway 17 shortly after touching down. According to the official ABIA Twitter account, the […]

Trent Kelly
May 8, 2020
Are Drivers Overly-Confident in Safety Technology?

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Are Drivers Overly-Confident in Safety Technology?

Each year, auto manufacturers introduce new models of vehicles, boasting all new and improved safety technology. One safety system that is highly advertised is a vehicle’s ability to sense an obstacle and hit the brakes if the driver fails to do so to prevent a collision. Many drivers rely on this automatic braking system, expecting […]

Trent Kelly
October 21, 2019
The Lifetime Costs of Spinal Injuries

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The Lifetime Costs of Spinal Injuries

The lifetime costs associated with a spinal cord injury (SCI) can be extremely high. The potential expenses from this type of injury depend largely on the accident victim’s age when he or she suffers the injury, along with the severity of the injury and the force of the impact. Many spinal cord injuries happen when […]

Trent Kelly
September 17, 2019
Why You Shouldn’t Drive if You Feel Sleepy

Car Accidents, Uncategorized

Why You Shouldn’t Drive if You Feel Sleepy

The Drowsy Driving Problem Driving when you are tired impairs your driving, just like drugs or alcohol, which makes you less able to pay attention to the road, can also happen because of sleep disorders, medications, or shift work. miss two to three hours of sleep a day quadruple their risk of getting in a […]

Trent Kelly
June 10, 2019
Austin, Texas $720 Million transportation bond will go before voters Nov. 8

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Austin, Texas $720 Million transportation bond will go before voters Nov. 8

The city council, after four hours of deliberation, have decided 8-3 to approve a $720 million transportation bond proposal for the November ballot. The proposal comes from Austin mayor, Steven Adler.

Trent Kelly
August 19, 2016

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