Yesterday both Toyota and Nissan separately announced recalls of their vehicles that had potentially defective airbags installed. Collectively the automakers recalled nearly seven million vehicles worldwide, with approximately half a million from the US alone. This new batch of recalls falls on top of the existing Takata Corp recall of twenty-five million vehicles worldwide. The recalls have been called in the wake of six deaths associated with airbag explosions. Toyota reported that the defect appeared to involve moisture leaking into the airbag containment area, making the inflators prone to unstable deployment.
On May 8th, the manufacture Baby Dreams has announced baby furniture recalls including their cribs and accessories. Specifically, any furniture pieces that have been finished with a vintage grey paint. The lead levels in the paint exceed federal lead regulations, posing serious health hazards if ingested.
- Call 911 immediately
- Collect the owner's contact information
- If the dog appears not to have an owner, seek out anyone that may recognize the dog
- Tend to the bite properly, via medical assistance or otherwise
- Contact your medical provider to determine coverage for treatment
- Report the bite to the DOH (Department of Health)
Dog bites must be reported within 24 hours of the incident. You must report the incident to the DOH by completing this form: VPHS 55 - EGP. The future of the animal and it's owner depends on the investigation of the DOHMH (Department of Health and Mental Hygiene).