On August 11, a northbound motorcycle operated by a 27-year-old man was hit by a pickup truck driver as he crossed the intersection and into the motorcyclist’s lane on 3rd Street. Both the motorcyclist and the pickup truck driver died as a result of this collision.
Although the Davenport Police Department initially believes that the pickup driver was driving while impaired, this situation remains under investigation.
Corona Extra voluntarily recalled a small portion of their product in the U.S. that may contain glass bits inside its bottles, KTLA 5 reported on August 20.
Corona Extra Beer that comes in packages of 6, 12, and 18 may possibly contain glass shards inside. Coronausa.com stated that less than one percent of the bottles were affected by “a production error” in one of the third-party glass processing plants. The code of the affected packages can be found on the neck of the bottle or on the top of the label. People who might have bought the recalled packages are warned not to consume the products and call the company’s call center at 866-204-9407 to get their money back. Check coronausa.com/recall#productcodes for more information about the recall and affected product codes.
Consumers unfortunately can fall ill or injured from ingesting unsafe beverages that are sold in the market. If this happens to you, a lawyer can represent you to pursue claims from negligent parties. Find out how the Iowa lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. may possibly help you recover your losses today by calling 877-327-2600.