iRescueRadio 028: Booster Seat Laws, Dangerous Vehicles and Car Accidents

This episode of iRescueRadio starts with a quick discussion of the strange sounds of digestion that happen from time to time… and sometimes at the most inopportune times.

This week’s hot topic is about laws that are up for vote regarding booster seats in Michigan.  The laws are with regard to age, and not height.  If you’re shorter than 4’8″ you’re in danger of injury in a car, regardless of age, but the laws refer only to age, being 8 years of age for the cut off.

The top medical news story is a discussion of vehicles that are fun but not necessarily safe.

For the puzzler this week, if you come across a victim that was thrown from a car in traffic… what do you do?

iRescueRadio Episode 28 [Download]

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iRescueRadio 006: California Supreme Court allows Good Samaritans to be sued for nonmedical care

In an emergency episode of iRescueRadio, we tackle and article that came out in the Los Angeles Times last week.

iRescueRadio Episode 6 [Download]

The California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a young woman who pulled a co-worker from a crashed vehicle isn’t immune from civil liability because the care she rendered wasn’t medical.

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