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After 4 years, Walmart still fighting OSHA fine for Black Friday death

For consumers in in New Haven, Connecticut and nationwide, Black Friday means sales, shopping sprees, and even post-Thanksgiving bonding with loved ones. Four years ago, the name "Black Friday" took on a different meaning when an employee was trampled to death by frenzied shoppers in a Walmart store.

3-year-old attacked by family member's pit bull

Pit bulls are notoriously dangerous breeds and continue to raise concerns among policymakers, dog owners, parents and others who are exposed. A 3-year-old girl in New York was severely bitten in the face by her relative's pit bull last week. The girl suffered very severe injuries, including lacerations and other facial damage. The dog has been taken into custody by animal control.

Father files lawsuit for fire that killed his 3 daughters

After a tragic fire that killed his three daughters, a man is filing a wrongful death claim against the city along with several other defendants. On Christmas morning in Stamford, Connecticut last year, a fire burst into flames creating a firetrap with no smoke detectors or fire alarms to alert the victims. The three girls died before they were able to escape the home.

Ten dangerous and recalled household products

Serious injury or fatalities arising from a dangerous product usually result in a product recall. Unfortunately, many consumers may be unaware of the dangers and do not have the opportunity to discard dangerous products or household items that may pose a threat. In the event of a product recall, only 10% of those products purchased are returned. The rest will remain in use.

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