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Recent AARP Study Shows Indiana Ranked one of the Worst Nationally for Long-Term Care

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A recent report called “Picking Up the Pace of Change, 2017: A State Scorecard on Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Adults, People with Physical Disabilities, and Family Caregivers,” conducted by AARP, showed wide variations among states nationally and generally indicated an overall need for an improvement in the status of long-term care for each […]

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New Indiana Law Will Require Motorists to Yield to Trucks in Roundabout

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Following the recent development of numerous roundabout within recent years especially within Hamilton County and throughout the State of Indiana, a new law taking effect on July 1, 2017, will address concerns facing truck drivers who use traffic circles. The new law focuses on scenarios in which motorists and truck drivers approach a roundabout simultaneously. […]

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Northwest Indiana Man Creates Emergency Communication Line Utilizing Amateur Radio

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A northwest Indiana man has created an amateur radio system to provide communication between Lake County hospitals and the District 1 Homeland Security Emergency Preparedness team to be utilized in cases of emergencies where other communication sources such as telecommunications or the internet fail. The innovative system was created after the northwest Indiana man had […]

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IU Researchers Receive $2.5 Million for Trauma Recovery Treatment Model

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With nearly 1.4 Million people over the age of 50 hospitalized due to suffering traumatic injuries each year nationally, researchers at the Indiana University Regenstrief Institute are testing a new model to address this group of injured persons. In order to address these patients who often do not fully recover from traumatic injuries, researchers have […]

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False Information following a Tubing Collision Results in Serious Injuries and Arrests

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On Monday 28, 2017, a 31-year-old Lafayette man was being pulled on a tube behind a ski boat when he was seriously injured after colliding with dock support on Lake Shafer near Monticello, Indiana. As a result of the collision with the dock, the Lafayette man sustained a serious leg injury resulting in a substantial […]

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Semi-Truck Collision Injures Indiana Mowing Crew Members

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On May 23, 2017, a 47-year-old semi driver while operating a semi tractor-trailer on U.S. Route 50 near Aurora, Indiana, collided with a lawn mowing crew after failing to slow his vehicle or change lanes of traffic.  As a result, the Semi truck collided with a pickup owned by the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), […]

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Single Vehicle Collision Results in One Death and 8 injured

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On May 20, 2017, a Chevrolet Tahoe with 9 passengers traveling on southbound Interstate 65 near the 168 mile-maker ran off the right side of the roadway. The SUV left the roadway after initially drifting to the left side of the roadway and back into the right lane before leaving the roadway due to overcorrection. […]

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Indiana State Health Department Finds that West Lafayette Man’s Death Likely Resulted from Food Poisoning

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A recent investigation by the Indiana State Health Department has concluded stemming from an incident on October 22, 2016, in which four people reported becoming sick after dining at Agave Azul in West Lafayette. Following the death of a West Lafayette man who died from a food-borne illness, clostridium perfringens following the incient, further investigation […]

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Athletes and Injuries: What you should know

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Injuries are a common occurrence for any sports participant and often due to hastily provided medical treatment and the costs of winning, the risk of re-injury to athletes is often a prevalent issue facing any major sport. However, who, if at all, is liable for additional injuries suffered by an athlete following initial medical treatment? […]

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Hamilton County Family Rescued after Canoe Overturns

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On April 9, 2017, a family of four fell into the White River just north of the Field Drive Bridge in Noblesville when a canoe in which they were passengers overturned. The canoe capsized as a result of striking a tree that was partially submerged in the river. Following the canoe’s capsizing, the four family […]

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