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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Accident'

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Flight Attendant Spills Hot Tea On Passenger, Hawaiian Airlines Sued 

 

A lawsuit has been filed against Hawaiian Airlines by an Australian woman, who claimed she sustained scars after a flight attendant knocked a cup of hot tea on her lap.

Dimity Plaister, 47, from the Gold Coast, Brisbane, was flying from her hometown to Honolulu, in April 2017, when the incident allegedly occurred. According to court documents obtained by News.com, a crew member on the flight accidentally knocked a cardboard cup of black tea, which was on the plaintiff’s food tray, while passing a carton of milk to her co-passenger. The cup of scalding tea landed on Plaister’s lap, drenching her clothes and burning her skin.

“As a result of the incident, the applicant suffered burns to her hip, thigh and buttocks as well as psychological injury,” the statement of claim read.

She was “not offered medical treatment or assistance by cabin crew to dry her lap or ease her pain,” even after she had alerted in-flight crew of the incident, Plaister claimed.

IBT

Tags: Accident, Court, Environment, Finance, Health, Injury, Safety, Travel

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02-May-2019


Electric scooter use results in 20 injuries per 100,000 trips, CDC finds 

 

People are getting injured while riding electric scooters. This shouldn’t come as a huge shock to anyone who has noticed the explosion of dockless, shareable two-wheelers over the last year and a half. But the degree to which people are breaking bones and sustaining head injuries is alarming public health officials who released a major study into scooter-related injuries on Thursday.

The study, which was conducted by the Public Health and Transportation departments in Austin, Texas, in association with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), identified a total of 271 people with potential scooter-related injuries from September 5th through November 30th, 2018. The study was presented by the CDC at its Epidemic Intelligence Service conference in Atlanta.

ALMOST HALF OF THE INJURED RIDERS SUSTAINED HEAD INJURIES

During the study period, there were a total of 182,333 hours of e-scooter use, 891,121 miles ridden on e-scooters, and 936,110 e-scooter trips. The research team calculated that there were 20 individuals injured per 100,000 e-scooter trips taken during the three-month period.

The Verge

Tags: Accident, Auto, Injury, Safety, Travel, Warning

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02-May-2019


Extreme Turbulence Leaves 30 Passengers Hospitalized and Flight Attendant with Broken Leg 

 

Passengers on board a recent flight from Istanbul to New York were close to landing when their flight encountered severe turbulence.

According to ABC News, a Turkish Airlines Boeing 777 carrying 329 people, including 21 crew members, was flying over Maine, about 45 minutes from their final destination, when they ran into a patch of very bumpy air

“It kind of jolted pretty quickly,” passenger Amir Mehrbakhsh told ABC News. “There was like one or two seconds when it was subtle, but then it really started to pick up. … Just because the drop was so sudden, a lot of people got lifted up and hit their head either on the ceiling or on the side of the plane, and so there were a lot of injuries pretty quickly.”

People

Tags: Accident, Business, Environment, Injury, Travel, Treatment

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11-Mar-2019


Most of the AV Accidents in California Are Caused By Human Drivers 

 

PROBLEM CAUSERS. Want to ensure an autonomous vehicle (AV) doesn’t get into an accident? Get pesky humans out of the way.

That’s the takeaway from a new report by Axios, anyway. After looking at all the incident reports filed with State of California Department of Motor Vehicles between 2014 and 2018, the company found that people were responsible for 81 of the 88 accidents involving AVs.

Futurism

Tags: Accident, Auto, Backlash, Environment, Health, Hypocrisy, Nature, Perception, Safety, Study, Violence

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30-Aug-2018