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Sandy Construction Worker Killed in Piping Accident

Published on June 13, 2018 • Last updated December 6, 2021 by Russ Hymas
Topics: Fatal Accidents, Uncategorized

Just over two months ago, 46 year old construction worker Russell Andrews of Salt Lake City died while working on a job site in Sandy, Utah. Russell, who worked for Black Rock Development Group, was standing in a trench where other workers were attempting to lay sewage piping. As the workers lowered the pipe into…

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Woman Hit in Auto/Pedestrian Accident While Crossing Bangerter Highway

Published on August 4, 2017 • Last updated December 6, 2021 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Uncategorized

Pedestrian Hit by Car While Crossing Bangerter Highway Around 6 a.m. on August 4th, 2017, a 58 year old woman attempting to cross Bangerter Highway on 11400 South in South Jordan was struck by a vehicle going through the traffic light. Though the woman was hospitalized, her injuries were not life threatening, but could have…

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How to Perform CPR and Use An AED

Published on June 13, 2017 • Last updated December 6, 2021 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Uncategorized

June 1 – June 7 is CPR and AED Awareness Week. The American Heart Association (AHA) has proved that knowing how to perform CPR and how to use an AED can be beneficial to those around you. Performing CPR on someone going into cardiac arrest at home can double or even triple their chances of…

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How Healthy is Utah?

Published on September 8, 2016 • Last updated December 8, 2021 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Uncategorized

Pretty healthy. According to a study by United Health, Utah ranks number 7 in the country for healthiest state. Perhaps it doesn’t come to much of a surprise. Utah, ranked by The Street, is the most sober state in the entire country. Also with the mountains nearby, Utahan’s are ranked among the most active people…

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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Published on September 1, 2016 • Last updated December 8, 2021 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Uncategorized

Getting cancer when you’re a child is the worst. Among chemo treatments and radiation, feeling sick all the time, and being unable to go to school, you can’t do what you’re meant to do: be a kid. There are 15,780 children and teens under the age of 21 who are diagnosed with cancer every year…

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Evacuation Checklist

Published on August 25, 2016 • Last updated December 9, 2021 by Russ Hymas
Topics: Uncategorized

There have been fires, wild or not, popping up everywhere. Just here in Utah alone, 2 fires were reported near Draper a few weeks ago. Summers are known for their dry heat, and as it’s coming to the end, the land is brittle and ready for something or someone to set it aflame. While many…

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3 Effective Ways to Quit Smoking

Published on August 18, 2016 • Last updated December 6, 2021 by Ken Christensen
Topics: Uncategorized

Smoking is reported to cause 480,000 deaths a year, and it is the number one cause of preventable death in the United States. Ninety percent of lung cancer deaths are caused by smoking. Quitting smoking is not all about going cold turkey. Only 4 to 7 percent of people successfully quit by going cold turkey…

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Dog Days of Summer: Dog Parks in SLC

Published on July 28, 2016 • Last updated December 9, 2021 by Russ Hymas
Topics: Uncategorized

There is no better way to build a relationship with your dog than to spend time with it. There is no better place to do so than a dog park. Salt Lake City offers several off-leash dog parks with perfect serenity that will make you forget you’re in the city. Forget your schedule and forget…

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