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November 9th, 2007
November 9, 2007
The Roanoke Times reported that parents need to be careful to avoid buying Virginia defective products with unsafe levels of lead this holiday shopping season. The millions of toy recalls recently have made parents with small children wary and unsure how to avoid bringing home defective products that may harm their kids.
A local woman used her lead-testing equipment to test the toys at an area elementary school, finding over 15 percent of the toys had unsafe levels of lead in them. Parents are encouraged to throw out old toys with chipped paint or deteriorating plastic.
More tips on how to avoid harmful Virginia defective products in the shopping season or clean them out of the house can be found in the article at the link below.
November 6th, 2007
November 6, 2007
A 24-year-old man died Wednesday in a Virginia auto accident when he lost control of his motorcycle and crashed into an interstate jersey wall, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
The Virginia car accident happened around noon just north of Poindexter Street in Chesapeake.
Deaths in Virginia car accidents and motorcycle accidents on the highway is up from last year at this time. In 2006 the number of fatalities was 781, whereas this year on the same day the toll is up to 852.
November 5th, 2007
November 2, 2007
The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported that a one-year-old girl has died who was pulled from a day care center pool last week. This Virginia Beach wrongful death happened after she fell into a pool at a home day care on Oct. 24.
The woman running the day care pulled her from the water and the young girl was revived by CPR given by a police sergeant then taken to a hospital. The little girl passed away at 1:39 a.m. Tuesday.
October 30th, 2007
October 30, 2007
The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported that a Virginia Beach man died in an auto accident Sunday. The 47-year-old passenger was in a vehicle that crossed too far over when the driver attempted to switch lanes about 2:45 p.m.
The driver of the vehicle who caused the Virginia Beach car accident ended up in oncoming traffic, where the car was hit by another vehicle. Police are unsure whether or not the Virginia car accident victim was wearing a seatbelt.