Apple Watch helped save a person after car crash

The Apple Watch has proven hundreds of times that it is a device worth having in an emergency, thanks to its special features. These have long gone beyond detecting irregularities in our health, but also ensured our safety. Thanks to this last possibility, Apple Watch alerts are taken more seriously by emergency services and played a key role in saving the lives of thousands of people.

Exactly because of a warning from its function car accident detection In the US, Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch Ultra are available from Ohio Emergency Services, saved several victims of an accident.

Crash detection continues to help Apple Watch users

According to the 9to5mac post, Ohio police report fatal car crash on Apple Watch It was the weekend. While the causes are unknown, the impact resulted in one death and another serious injury.

The police report says it is an Apple Watch emergency alert that notifies them first about the car accident.

According to the sheriff’s office, the single-vehicle accident occurred between 7am and 8am in the northern I-71 and I-270 area off the highway. Grove City police officers were alerted to the accident by an Apple Watch.

Can’t find the car officers supplemented themselves with a crew of drones They asked for help from the sheriff’s office and this is how they saw the Chevy Spark in the valley between I-71 north and the I-270 east exit ramp.”

Apple introduced car accident detection function from its launch Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch Ultra and iPhone 14 Proin September of last year, both devices were able to contact emergency services when they detected such a situation.

While the feature has received complaints about false alarms from emergency services in some countries, Apple is working to optimize the feature to produce increasingly timely notifications that can save Apple Watch users in countries where the feature is available.

Source: i Padizate

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I am Mary White, a news website author and a writer at Gadget Onus with an extensive experience in the world of wearables. I am passionate about discovering the latest technology trends and writing engaging content to keep readers informed.


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