Pedestrian deaths continue to climb: GHSA

The number of pedestrians killed in the first half of 2021 jumped 17.3%, with dangerous driving behaviors, larger vehicles and insufficient infrastructure contributing to an “alarming” trend, according to a recent report from the Governors Highway Safety Association.
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Tornado safety

How to keep your family protected
Family Safety & Health asked Cheryl Nelson, meteorologist and weather and preparedness adviser for Cummins Inc., some key questions to help you be better prepared for a tornado.
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Get grilling

But make sure you do it safely. Here’s how.
Hosting a celebration as the weather gets warmer? For many people, grilling is a big part of the fun. Whether you’re cooking with propane or briquettes, safety is a must. Experts shared with FS&H some tips for keeping your grilling experience a safe one.
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Wireless emergency alerts

Many communities offer wireless emergency alerts that can be sent directly to your mobile device – no app or subscription service needed. They include information on extreme weather, Amber Alerts (urgent bulletins issued in serious child-abduction cases) and presidential alerts in case of a national emergency.
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