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Distracted driving puts emergency personnel in danger

Emergency responders in Pennsylvania and throughout the country put their safety at risk each time that they step out of their vehicles. This is because there is a chance that they could be struck by a distracted driver. According to a recent survey, 19 percent of respondents said that they have put such personnel at risk because of their own distracted driving habits. Furthermore, 80 percent of respondents said that they actually slow down when they see a person tending to an emergency situation.

Walking your dog safely in the spring

Now that the snow is finally melting in Pennsylvania, many dog owners are becoming more excited to take longer walks around the city. There’s more sunlight and less cold temperatures, so taking your pet out on a leash doesn’t feel so much like a chore anymore.

People continue to use their smartphones while driving

Despite changes in the law combined with educational campaigns, many Pennsylvanians continue to use their smartphones while they drive. People use their phones to talk, read and write text messages, search social media and engage in many other activities that are distracting.

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