Taxi Drivers, Chauffeurs More Likely To Die From Violence

Posted on September 21, 2017
Yellow cabs in downtown Manhattan (Wikimedia Commons photo by ChevronZ)
Yellow cabs in downtown Manhattan (Wikimedia Commons photo by ChevronZ)

Compared to other workers, taxi drivers and chauffeurs have an increased risk of violent deaths because they work with cash, with the public, alone and during nighttime hours, a new CDC report has shown.

London, U.K. Daily Mail article here

Related Topics: criminal incidents, driver safety, law enforcement, managing chauffeurs, Safety, taxis

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