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Safety Tips

Pedestrian Safety for Kids

June 9, 2020
Pedestrians are the most vulnerable roadway users. Children are the most susceptible type of pedestrians to accidents. When walking to school, the park or somewhere else in Colorado, children are the most at risk of collisions with motor vehicles. Data from the Colorado Department of Transportation shows 90 pedestrian deaths in the state in...
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Senior Pedestrian Safety

May 4, 2020
As important as it is for senior citizens to get fresh air and exercise, it is equally critical that they stay safe as pedestrians in Denver. Pedestrians are the road’s most vulnerable users, with children and the elderly the most at-risk populations. In 2018 alone, 90 pedestrians in Colorado lost their lives in traffic...
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Colorado Car Seat Law

December 23, 2019
Proper child restraint in motor vehicles should be a top priority for all drivers, parents and guardians transporting young children. Child safety restraint systems are scientifically proven to reduce the risk of injuries to child passengers in car accidents. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that car seats reduce the risk of...
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Home Fire Safety

November 29, 2019
House fires cause thousands of injuries and deaths in the U.S. each year. In 2017, the U.S. Fire Administration reported 1,319,500 house fires, 14,670 injuries and 3,400 deaths, as well as over $23 billion in related property losses. House fires are usually preventable. Homeowner negligence and carelessness can cause fires. Learning the basics of...
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Thanksgiving Safety Tips

November 25, 2019
Thanksgiving is often a time for family, food and festivities. The last thing on your mind during the Thanksgiving holiday might be a trip to the hospital, but, unfortunately, this happens often. Risk factors such as hot ovens, fryers, fire hazards and drunk drivers could lead to tragic accidents and serious personal injuries. Keep...
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