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Read excerpts from the latest news covering important issues in ATV safety:

June 28, 2008
Press Republican (New York), "10-year-old saves dad's life in flipped Yamaha Rhino ATV"

May 28, 2008
Southeast Texas Record, "Suit alleges Yamaha 'Rhino' ATV unreasonably dangerous"

May 16, 2008
3TV (Phoenix, AZ), "Teen dies in ATV rollover accident"

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Yamaha ATV Rhino Accidents
and Rhino Rollovers

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August 2, 2007
Crossville Chronicle, "ATV accident leaves child critical"
A parent's worst nightmare came true Wednesday morning when a man traveling a rural Cumberland County road rounded a curve to find his son underneath an all-terrain vehicle in the roadway, according to witnesses and the Tennessee Highway Patrol.

The father pulled the four-wheeler off his son and performed cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for up to 20 minutes before first responders arrived on the scene. The Tennessee Highway Patrol has not released the identity of the 12-year-old boy -- who lives on Sawyer Ridge Rd. off McNeal Rd. near Hebbertsburg -- or the parents' names because of the age of the young victim.

The accident occurred shortly before 9 a.m. on Hamby Lane, a narrow paved road that runs off Hedgecoth Rd. which runs off Hebbertsburg Rd. when the 12-year-old apparently lost control of his Yamaha 350 Big Bear four-wheeler. The ATV left the pavement, traveled a short distance in a slight ditch, then returned to the pavement where it flipped over and landed on top of the victim.

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