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The news has been full of vehicle recall announcements recently. You’ve
likely heard about the largest airbag recall in the industry’s history
in Takata devices affecting Honda, Acura, and so many others. Recently a 12th fatality was confirmed as a result of these exploding airbag defects.
This only reinforces how important it is to keep up with industry recalls
and defects to ensure your vehicle isn’t affected in a dangerous way.
Earlier this month, Honda announced a recall of yet another 1.2 million
vehicles – this time due to batteries not being sealed correctly.
2013 – 2016 Honda Accord automobiles have received numerous reports
of engine fires after shorts in battery sensors. These battery sensors
are meant to let drivers know when an issue is present in the battery
of the vehicle, but due to insufficient sealing against moisture, substances
from the roadway can enter the sensor. This has led to engine fires in
a few instances. Fortunately, no injuries have been reported as a result.
Honda will begin contacting owners of vehicles affected by the battery
recall soon, but in the meantime you can visit
recalls.honda.com to find out if your Accord is included.
In addition to this Honda airbag recall, auto manufacturing giant Toyota
also accounted a recall on 2016 and 2017 Toyota Tacoma trucks. The total
number of recalled trucks is estimated at 250,000. The defect is said
to have the potential for leaking oil and damaging the rear differential.
Typically this would only cause less power and a noisier ride, but in
severe instances could cause drivers to lose control of the truck and
Toyota.com/recall to find out if your truck is included in this recall.
Boy Hospitalized in Frankford Train Crash on Castor Avenue
Frankford, Philadelphia (July 19, 2017) – A 14-year-old boy lost his leg in a train crash that occurred Wednesday afternoon in Frankford, according to a local news source article.
At around 5:05 p.m. Wednesday, July 19, a boy was struck by a slow-moving southbound CSX train near the 3600 block of Castor Avenue, authorities said.
The train hit the boy and continued traveling south, likely unaware of the accident. It was not clear why the boy, who was with at least one friend, was in the track area.
An engineer in another train saw the boy hopping away from the tracks on his remaining leg.
Paramedics responded to the crash scene and found the boy conscious. He was transported to St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children where he was reported to be in critical condition. The boy’s severed leg was also taken to the hospital by the paramedics.
SEPTA’s regional Trenton Line was suspended as police officers investigated the incident.
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Piffard Man Killed in Crash on Route 15 in Tioga County
Tioga County, PA (July 19, 2017) – A Piffard man’s life was cut short early Monday morning when he was involved in a fatal collision in Tioga County, as per a local new source article.
James Anthony Vitale, 65, was identified as the man who was killed in a crash at around 1:45 a.m. Monday, July 17 on Route 15 near the Pennsylvania State Police in Mansfield.
Vitale was traveling northbound on the highway in his Chevy Aveo when the vehicle veered to the right shoulder and struck a Peterbilt tractor with an attached trailer bed. The tractor was being operated by Norbert Rodriguez Jr., 44, of Vienna.
Vitale, who was wearing a seatbelt, was declared dead at the scene. Rodriguez Jr. was not hurt.
Police officers closed the northbound lane of Route 15 for several hours following the accident. It was later reopened at around 6:30 a.m.
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One Killed in Route 42 Crash near College Drive Exit B
Turnersville, New Jersey (July 19, 2017) – One person was killed after being hit by a car in pedestrian versus car incident in New Jersey on Friday afternoon.
The incident took place just before 3 p.m. on the northbound lane of Route 42 near College Drive Exit B in Turnersville
All parties remained at the crash site as police investigated the crash.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing.
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Officer injured in Center City Motorcycle Crash at Broad and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia, Philadelphia (July 19, 2017) – A Philadelphia police bike officer was hit and injured by a vehicle on Wednesday afternoon in Center City, as per police.
The accident occurred at Broad and Walnut Streets.
According to police, the car hit three other cars and then bike officer.
Police also added that one person was arrested, but two others are still at large.
The bike officer received medical attention on the scene.
Limited information regarding how and why the crash occurred was available at the time.
The crash is still under investigation.
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Two People Injured in Philadelphia’s Lawncrest Neighborhood Crash
Lawncrest, PA (July 18, 2017) – A minor accident occurred in Philadelphia’s Lawncrest neighborhood on Tuesday causing minor injuries to two people, according to officials.
The incident took place at about 4 p.m. on Rising Sun Avenue and Comly Street in front of the Lawncrest Rec Center.
Authorities mentioned that a CCT bus crashed into the back of a full-size bus.
Two victims suffered injuries described as non-life threatening Injuries
Limited details regarding why the two buses crashed were available at this time.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing.