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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

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  • Let's save our kids from an early grave [Letter]

    Let's save our kids from an early grave [Letter]
    The number one cause of injury and death for our young, ages 5 to 35, is motor vehicle crashes. Entities such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the American Automobile Association, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, as well as many smaller nonprofits such as Bike Maryland, Perils for Pedestrians, and the Association for Safe International Road Travel are working hard on specific aspects of making our thoroughfares safer.
  • Sixty-five (still) saves lives [Editorial]

    Sixty-five (still) saves lives  [Editorial]
    Here's a number that ought to be memorized by every elected official in the state of Maryland: 485. That's how many people died in traffic collisions in 2011 in this state (the most recent year for which such statistics are available from the National...

    Keeping up with baby-product recalls

    Keeping up with baby-product recalls
    Another day, another baby product recall – Baby Einstein activity jumpers, the Nap Nanny, Bumbo seats, cribs, strollers, etc. How is a new parent supposed to keep up with them all? One of the best places to find out about recalls is the U.S....

    Harford Sheriff's Office to conduct auto theft awareness patrols

    The Harford County Sheriff's is increasing its efforts to prevent people from leaving their cars running, unattended and unlocked in an effort to prevent vehicle and related thefts. During the cold months, people often are tempted to leave cars...

    Sheriff urges safety while driving to prevent crashes [Letter]

    In Harford County, we are enjoying an all-time low in our Crime Rate. According to the Uniform Crime Report for Maryland, Harford County has the 2nd lowest crime rate in the state last year. But, during that same time, we had the fifth HIGHEST rate for...