Disaster Prevention

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There’s no question that Houston’s roads are dangerous. In fact, the Houston Chronicle has described them as “out of control.” So, which Houston roads are the most dangerous, and what driving behaviors are motorists engaging in that make the city’s streets so hazardous? The answers to both of these questions…

One person was killed and two more were seriously injured when the KMCO chemical plant in Crosby, Texas, caught fire last week, news stations reported. Meanwhile, residents of the area were warned to shelter in place, with local schools turning off heating and AC units and sealing doors to protect…

Welcome to Houston, Texas! Here are four tips on how to stay safer and drive safer while you’re here in Houston for the Super Bowl. Don’t Drive Drunk—Take Uber When you consider the reduction of DUIs since Uber’s inception, it is clear that opting for a ride-sharing company’s services can…

ARE TRAFFIC DEATHS ON THE RISE IN HOUSTON?

For the first time in ten years, road fatalities are on the rise across the country. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), over 35,000 people were killed in U.S. car accidents last year. Half of the deaths happened because the driver or passenger was not wearing a…

Too many people do not give much thought to preparing for issues that may arise on the road. Their trunks are empty, they have no supplies, and if they ever break down, they are out of luck and at the mercy of passersby. A little preparation can go a long…