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May 2013 Archives

High School students get crash course in DUI dangers

Teenagers at a San Diego high school were given quite a shock earlier this month when they walked outside and watched a drunk student run over and kill one of their teachers in broad daylight in front of the school. What they witnessed was actually a simulated car accident, put on by a group called "Every 15 Minutes" that spreads awareness about the dangers of drunk driving. The group's goal is to make drunk drivers think twice, in hopes of curbing this dreadful statistic: every 15 minutes, somebody dies of an alcohol-related accident.

Driver runs red light; resulting collision kills woman

Earlier this month in El Cajon, a 36-year-old woman was killed early on a Friday morning when another driver sped through the intersection of Washington and South Mollison, slamming into her car. The woman's car, a Chevy Sonic, was flipped over on its side, and the woman was pronounced dead by the time emergency crews were able to respond to the accident.

Limo ride ends in fatal fire; five killed

Earlier this month, a girls' night out in another part of California turned into a nightmare for nine women when the limo in which they were riding inexplicably burst into flames. The tragic accident happened around 10 p.m. on a Saturday night, as the limo was driving across a bridge in San Francisco.

Poor California roads prove expensive for drivers

A recent news article focused on a national study on road conditions, which showed California drivers may be more likely to have to undergo costly car repairs because of the condition of California public roads and highways. The study looked at the cost of repairs the average driver incurred because of poor road conditions, and, shockingly, 7 of the top 13 cities were in California, including San Diego, where drivers incurred an average of $654 in additional operating costs.

Elder care reform could jeopardize seniors' health

California senior citizens could be in for some big changes in the health care and nursing home realm in the coming years, as the state looks to reshuffle the way it currently doles out nursing home and health care payments as well as care to low-income senior citizens. While supporters of the plan are optimistic it may save the state something in the neighborhood of half a billion dollars, people are concerned that it will cause disruptions in the system that could lead to nursing home neglect.

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