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Boating Accidents in Tennessee
Boating Accidents in Tennessee

The total number of registered vessels in 2018 was 240,751. That was a decrease of 7724 from 2017. The number of boat owners also decreased between 2016 and 2017 by 6,005.

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Seatbelt Use in Rutherford County Comes In at 90%
Seatbelt Use in Rutherford County Comes In at 90%

Seatbelt use in Rutherford County is high, compared to others areas across the country...

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Attempting to Curb Fatal Accidents in Rutherford County and throughout Tennessee
Attempting to Curb Fatal Accidents in Rutherford County and throughout Tennessee

Across the state of Tennessee, the TN Department of Safety reports that 70 people have died in traffic fatalities this month alone (September 2018)...

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12 Traffic Related Deaths in Rutherford County for 2018
12 Traffic Related Deaths in Rutherford County for 2018

They are among 12 people who have died from traffic crashes this year in Rutherford County. Seven of those people were not wearing seat belts. Four people who died were riding motorcycles.

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Don't Let Your Halloween End up in the ER
Don't Let Your Halloween End up in the ER

Halloween is supposed to be a fun night for kids of all ages. Unfortunately, it can turn into a nightmare if you don't practice safety and moderation.

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Increase of Workplace Fatalities in Tennessee
Increase of Workplace Fatalities in Tennessee

"In the month of July alone, 10 Tennessee workers lost their lives in workplace accidents, devastating families, friends, co-workers and businesses. Most all of these could have been prevented," said Hawkins.

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Accidents on I-24, Middle Tennessee Blvd. and More
Accidents on I-24, Middle Tennessee Blvd. and More

Reports from the road indicate the slippery conditions are getting worse.

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Your Rutherford County High School could win a personal concert by The Band Perry
Your Rutherford County High School could win a personal concert by The Band Perry

In 2013, Wilson Central High School in Lebanon received $100,000 and a concert by The Band Perry...

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