April 2014 Archives

Pizza driver turns herself in for fatal pedestrian accident

An Ohio pizza delivery driver has turned herself in for her role in a fatal pedestrian accident that occurred on April 9. The car accident happened on State Route 64 near Brookside Drive in Swanton. According to authorities, a 30-year-old woman was walking her dog along the road when she was struck by the passing pizza delivery driver. The driver did not stop at the scene.

Hand-held devices unsafe according to the National Safety Council

The public, including those in Ohio, seems to be misled when it comes to hands-free devices while driving their vehicles, according to the National Safety Council. The group conducted a nationwide survey to determine how drivers viewed the safety issue of using their digital devices while operating their vehicles and found that 80 percent of those surveyed believe that using hands-free devices is safer than handheld phones.

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