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A propane tank caused a massive explosion Thursday in Limestone Township, PA.
A propane tank fire has caused the evacuation of the home of the Statue of Liberty.
A food truck explosion has injured 2 men in Lancaster County.
A rare inherited disorder can make it difficult to function in broad daylight. Yet it’s misdiagnosed most of the time.
Can artificial intelligence prevent truck accidents caused by distracted driving?
The U.S. is the most dangerous place in the developed world to give birth, according to a recent investigation.
Injuries on playgrounds send more than 200,000 children to the hospital each year.
Many home grills, hibachis and barbecues use propane, and a single spark can ignite a fire that could do significant damage.
A record-breaking number of people are predicted to travel for the Independence Day holiday. What does that mean for accidents?
To err is human… which is why scientists are using computers to help reduce preventable mistakes in hospitals.
Safeguards can do a lot to minimize dangers at construction sites… especially when the government is involved.
Last year, Pennsylvania made history in regard to the state’s crash statistics, according to PennDOT.
More than 3,000 neurology patients in the UK are being reevaluated for misdiagnoses, and a misdiagnosis case is now under review by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
In the first procedure of its kind, right here in Philadelphia, a robot assisted in spinal surgery.
In the chaotic atmosphere of an Emergency Room, timing can be critical. According to a new study, so can blood type.