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Spectator suffers brain injuries when struck by discus

It is an unfortunate fact that precautions against traumatic injuries are often put in place only after somebody has suffered life-altering injuries. Ontario residents may be interested in a $350,000 settlement awarded to a spectator at a school's athletics event in 2014. This underscores the fact that brain injuries are not limited to sports participation or car accidents.

Assaulted student with brain injuries seeks student code change

After a brutal assault, a student had to cope with traumatic injuries that changed her life while her attacker was allowed to continue his studies. The young woman hopes to play a part in the change of the student code at McGill University. The institution says it could not take any action against the man because the attack that caused the girl's brain injuries took place off campus. Regardless of the fact that this incident occurred in another province, students in Ontario face similar risks on and off campus.

Victims of 2-car crash might have suffered brain injuries

It takes no more than a blink of an eye for a car crash to happen. Sometimes the devastation that occurs in that split second is immeasurable, especially if victims suffered mild or traumatic brain injuries. These injuries can be life changing -- not only for the victims but also for their families. A recent two-vehicle crash in Ontario sent several people to a hospital with head injuries.

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