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July 2013 Archives

Hospital patient steals ambulance and crashes in Huntington

A Huntington man has been charged with grand larceny, leaving an accident scene, and the battery of a police officer after he allegedly stole an ambulance in his hospital gown and crashed into three cars last week.

OSHA: Nail guns result in 37,000 injuries a year

Construction workers have some of the most dangerous jobs in West Virginia. Operating heavy machinery, working at major heights or right next to car traffic, and laboring under the hot sun are just a few of the safety risks that construction workers face on a daily basis. A recent report points to a very common construction tool as a potential hazard: the nail gun.

Fireworks show goes terribly wrong, severely injures worker

Like many Americans last weekend, residents in Huntington, West Virginia congregated on July 4th to celebrate our country's independence. Friends, family, a nice barbecue and a fireworks show was likely a common combination for many, with the ultimate ending -- the grand finale of the fireworks show -- providing a warm feeling for happy onlookers.

Alzheimer's patients may have been neglected at nursing home

While the following nursing home neglect story may not have occurred in Huntington, the disturbing circumstances of it certainly warrant some discussion -- especially given the major ruling here in West Virginia just last year regarding an abused Alzheimer's patient.

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