Today in Manchester, Missouri, a minivan collided with the rear of a school bus. The collision was enough to shake the school bus and cause a brief panic, but no one was seriously injured. When paramedics arrived at the scene, they treated several adults.
The top U.S. Health Official, Secretary Kathleen Sebelius of the U.S. Health and Human Services Department, visited Missouri recently to discuss the implementation of President Obama’s new healthcare plan, poised to take effect in a little under two weeks. Many are calling this the most complex national legislation in decades.
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is shutting down the northbound lanes of Route 141 at Interstate 70 this weekend in order to make repairs to the I-70 bridge.
According to the release, (as reported in a previously published article on ksdk.com
A motorcyclist was killed in a recent St. Charles County multi-vehicle crash, authorities report. The accident took place Saturday, August 31st about an hour after midnight. According to a preliminary investigation of the accident, the 25-year-old was riding his motorcycle southbound on Mid Rivers Mall Drive.
Big rigs can be an intimidating part of driving on Missouri roads and highways. According to data from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), about 3,000 large trucks are involved in non-fatal Missouri accidents every year while about 1,000 are involved in injury crashes.
Doctors and healthcare professionals have a professional duty to fulfill: care for their patients by diagnosing problems and improving their health as much as is reasonably possible. Of course, some conditions are inherently difficult to diagnose, but when doctors fail to follow standard diagnostic procedures, patients suffer.