Three cars wrecked. That I know of.
Two people fled away from Canada. For China.
One staff hospitalized. For completely unrelated reasons.
All of 'my people' are now healthy and accounted for, though.
So all-in-all, the first year of life as a manager in my firm went by pretty smoothly.
I was not in any of the wrecked cars when those incidents happened, and I'll ascribe the blame to an unfamiliarity with winter driving and the lack of snow tires on rental cars for all those situations, except one. In that case, it wasn't a rental, and the driver wasn't contending with winter driving conditions either.
None of my staff wrecked their cars during the 2010 Olympic victory parades. That was well before my promotion.
As well, the staff with the medical scare was fine in the end, but it was a good precaution at the time. And you couldn't really blame it on his work; if anything, I'm proud of the fact that my standing rule of, "you don't feel well, you go home or to a competent medical authority, immediately," which happens to directly mirror company policy, worked out well for everyone for all the right reasons.
Oh, and I learned much about development and all sorts of other fancy manager stuff, but it sounds significantly less dramatic at the moment.