Why did a Massachusetts man drive away from a hotel after a confrontation with hotel staff? It depends on who is asked. However, no matter which version of events is told, the result is still the same -- the man fled the scene of a pedestrian vs. car accident. In fact, the man dragged one of the hotel employees that he ran down for nearly three miles.
Sometimes, Massachusetts surgeons end up correcting a mistake made by another surgeon. Surgically correcting the mistake may be the easiest part of their job. Many of these doctors struggle with the moral dilemma of whether to inform the patient of the error -- essentially accusing a colleague of medical malpractice.
Around 6 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5, police were called to the scene of an accident involving one car and a pedestrian. When police arrived, they found a seriously injured woman lying in the street. The woman later died from the injuries she suffered in the pedestrian vs. car accident.
People in Massachusetts that have suffered a spinal cord injury may already be aware of some new and potentially promising research. Scientists have found that rats with spinal cord injuries can regain mobility that is nearly normal through the application of electrical impulses in certain parts of the brain. If perfected, this "deep brain stimulation" could give certain patients the ability to do something they may not have done for a long time -- walk.