Authorities have deemed the kitchen fire that displaced over a hundred Poughkeepsie, NY residents “accidental.” According to officials the blaze occurred after a resident left their stove unattended while cooking.
Placing an elderly loved one in a nursing home is often a stressful process, both emotionally and financially. However many find comfort in the fact that in the end, their loved ones will be well cared for and in a safer, healthier place.
Any dog owner knows training a dog or puppy can be extremely taxing. However, when a person decides to bring a dog home they are making a commitment to the dog, their neighbors, and the community that he or she will put in the work to keep their dog and those it encounters safe. While each dog is different taking a few safety precautions can help prevent injury.
In 1970 the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) was passed to prevent serious injury in the workplace. According to the OSH Act workers are entitled to working conditions that do not pose a risk of serious harm.
Unfortunately, not all employers follow safety guidelines.
A terrifying new scam is targeting New York City residents warns The Federal Bureau of Investigation and New York City Police Department. People are receiving calls from individuals claiming to have kidnapped a family member. No kidnapping has taken place, but the callers use co-conspirators to add believability to the story.
On Tuesday, February 3, 2015, a croweded Metro-North train passing through Westchester County during rush hour slammed into an SUV that was on the tracks at a crossing. The crash created an explosion, killing seven people and injuring a dozen. The crash is deemed the deadliest crash in Metro-North's history.
Hundreds of passengers were evacuated from the train. Service was suspended on the Harlem line on Tuesday night while firefighters responded to the smoking first car.