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Independence Day is rapidly approaching, and this year, more boaters may be out on the water than in recent years. As the pandemic improves in much of the country, Americans are now turning their attention to summer parties, boating excursions, and water activities. Unfortunately, the 4th of July is a notoriously dangerous holiday - especially for people spending the day on the water.

According to the US Coast Guard statistics, the three summer holidays (July 4th, Memorial Day, and Labor Day) account for more than a third of all boating accidents and fatalities. In addition, the highest number of boating accidents occurs in July.

Sadly, a staggering 80 percent of those who lost their lives in boating accidents would still be alive if they had been wearing a life jacket.


During the early Monday morning, a fatal auto-pedestrian crash caused all lanes of southbound Interstate 25 to close at 144th Avenue.

According to the Westminster Police Department, the accident happened around 2:30 a.m and all southbound lanes were closed until almost 6 a.m.

there's no more details about what caused the crash and if anyone sustained major injuries as of the time of this writing.


1 person died and 4 were injured in a car crash at the intersection of 84th Avenue and Washington Street in Thornton around 7 p.m. Sunday.

According to the Thornton Police Department, there were two vehicles involved and the deceased was a woman who died at the scene.

The four people that suffered serious injuries were taken to the hospital immediately.


The fatal car crash happened in Denver around the area of East 56th Avenue and North Worcester Street, near Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, around 2 a.m. on Friday

Three people suffered serious injuries and were taken to the hospital immediately, while the driver of one of the vehicles died at the scene.

there's no more details on the cause of the crash and the status of the three injured at the time of this writing.


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 2.87 million people in the United States suffer from some form of brain injury. Around 50,000 will die due to their injuries, and another 80,000 will experience long-term disability.

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can occur due to various causes, including falls, car accidents, and sports-related activities. In particular, traffic accidents, such as motorcycle crashes and bicycle accidents, can result in life-threatening injuries, especially if victims are not wearing a helmet.

The effects of brain injuries can be devastating. Many survivors experience lifelong disabilities such as paralysis, cognitive impairments, and personality changes. These disabilities can make it difficult or impossible for survivors to live independently or hold down a job.


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