According to the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, about 7,000 Vulli teething rings are being recalled by the Dana Point company that makes them. Apparently if the ring is punctured, bacteria and mold can grow inside, causing an ingestion hazard to infants if the liquid is swallowed. Symptoms include diarrhea and vomiting.
A man, who stole a truck the other day, and was seen on the 210 Freeway in downtown San Bernardino, is wanted by police.
Talk about a bad turn of events - A 47-year old Moreno Valley woman on her way to a hospital in an ambulance after suffering cardiac arrest died when the ambulance was hit by a 22-year old driving a passenger vehicle. The ambulance, with its siren and flashing lights on, went through a red light when it was hit. The ambulance, upon impact, flipped on its side, killing the woman.
Can you believe it's been almost a month since a 47-year old Ontario man driving a Mercedes drove into a coned-offconstruction zone and hit an earth-moving machine on the San Bernardino Freeway? His actions killed a 20-year old woman and injured five other people.
Here's hoping that 2011 brings less accidents on our roadways. The following are some helpful tips to remember. First, always allow faster traffic to pass when it is safe to do so; avoid blocking the road.
The San Bernardino County Coroner's office reported that a 61-year old Hesperia man who was thrown from his motorcycleon New Year's Day has died from his injuries. The man, who was traveling on Highway 39, apparently lost control of his motorcycle and was thrown off it. He was taken by air to a nearby hospital.
The California Highway Patrol reported that a 44-year old man from Rancho Cucamonga riding his bicycle on Glendora Mountain Road recently crashed into a Toyota Land Cruiser driven by a 56-year old man.
Those people out for a nice late-night chicken dinner got more than they bargained for the other night. A chicken restaurant in Barstow, for the second time in two years, was the scene of a car crash.
The California Highway Patrol reported that a 42-year old man driving the wrong way on Interstate 40 recently died in a head-on collision with a semi-truck. Apparently, as the semi was passing a slow-moving vehicle, the driver spotted the wrong-way driver, but could not stop in time to avoid the collision.
The San Bernardino County Coroner's office reported that a 26-year old Fontana man died when he lost control of his motorcycle going around a curve on Day Creek Boulevard in Rancho Cucamonga recently. He crashed into a guardrail.