A long-time veteran of the Los Lunas Police Department struck and killed a 69-year-old man the afternoon of Wednesday, May 17, 2017. The School Resource officer had been dispatched to Valencia Elementary School that a day after it had been reported that shots had been fired there. The decedent was returning from picking up his three grandchildren, two 6-year-old boys and a 17-year-old girl, at the time.
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Regardless of the severity, a car accident can really ruin a person's day. The inconvenience of such an incident is likely bad enough, but if injuries are involved, the situation could be significantly more severe. Perhaps you have been in an accident recently, in which you suffered severe injuries, and along with any pain you may be experiencing, you probably find yourself struggling with the financial ramifications of such an event.
Workplace injuries are all to uncommon. A distracted worker may not notice a spilled substance and end up slipping or his or her vision might be obstructed by something he or she has been asked to carry and he or she goes tumbling down the stairs.These are just two examples of the many different types of slips, trips or falls that a worker might find him or herself involved in.
When it comes to reducing the rates of fatal car accidents caused by drunk drivers, many grassroots organizations advocate for increased educational efforts and stiff penalties for those found to be driving drunk. It's believed that, in working to educate citizens about the dangers of driving drunk, including the risk of causing bodily harm to both themselves and others, that it can shape their choices and reduce unnecessary deaths.
In late March, the New Mexico Supreme Court passed down a ruling on a medical malpractice case that one of the state's residents had attempted to file against a surgeon at Lubbock's Texas Tech Hospital.