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June 23, 2017

One person was injured yesterday, when a Miami fire rescue truck crashed into a passenger vehicle.  

 

NBC Miami reports that the collision, which happened on Northwest 54th Street and 13th Avenue, involved a woman who crossed in front of the truck as it traveled with its...

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June 22, 2017

Last year, a Florida man was killed while operating his Tesla vehicle in Autopilot mode, meaning that he was not actively controlling the car. The incident called into question the entire concept of self-driving vehicles, and put Tesla in the spotlight. Now, a government report about the fatal crash is shedding light on the series of events that led to the wreck.

Earlier this week...

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June 21, 2017

Last week we blogged about a deadly incident in which a car slammed into a Lauderhill bus stop, killing one and injuring several others. Now, video of the incident has been released to the public.

The video shows a black car slamming into a pair of women who are waiting at a...

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June 20, 2017

Four boaters were rescued from a capsized vessel near Miami Beach last week, which marks the latest in a series of South Florida boating incidences.

Patch.com reports that first responders were called to help a group of distressed boaters off South Beach last Tuesday morning. After searching for the victims,...

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June 19, 2017

A car crash, involving a City of Miami Police officer, left one person dead this weekend.

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June 18, 2017

Publicly funded healthcare programs are among the most expensive components of the U.S. government budget. As the country’s Baby Boomers continue to age, the nation’s healthcare costs are projected to continue increasing. While it is not known to what extent these expenditures are the result of fraudulent activity, it is known that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has been trying feverishly to crack down on fraudulent billing for years.

Part of the DOJ’s efforts...

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June 17, 2017

Two days ago, we blogged about the fact that, according to U.S. Coast Guard statistics, the state of Florida has more boating accidents than any other state. Meanwhile, another recently released report pegs Florida as the country’s most dangerous state for motorcycle riders as well.

According to a...

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June 16, 2017

It is well known that tractor trailer crashes are among the deadliest kinds of collisions on the roads. Rarely is a tractor trailer crash caught on camera, and even rarer still does such a crash result in an explosion. But that is exactly what happened last week when a motorist in Pasco County filmed a tractor trailer erupt into flames, after the driver lost control of the rig.

As...

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June 15, 2017

The government has announced a $32.5 million settlement to end a long running qui tam lawsuit involving two large Florida healthcare companies.

The case was originally brought by now deceased whistleblower Dr. Darren D. Sewell, M.D., who claimed that two major Florida...

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June 14, 2017

The state of Florida has one of the most active boating cultures of any state in the Union. For the past couple of months, authorities have been sounding the alarm in the state, urging boaters to implement safety practices after a series of tragic incidences left dozens injured at the outset of the state’s boating season last month.

According to an article published this week by...

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