Monday, May 7, 2012
Cell Phone is Suspected Cause of Accident
that Sends Two to the Hospital
A cell phone is yet again, believed to be the culprit behind a two-car accident that sent two people to the hospital. The accident occurred on May 3rd, 2012 in Highland Township, MI. According to officials, a 39 year old man reached down to grab his cell phone and unintentionally crossed over his lane into oncoming traffic. The man collided head on with a 25 year old woman driving a 2010 Ford Fusion. Both drivers were transported to the hospital with minor injuries. The man and woman were both wearing their seatbelts. Had they not been wearing their seat belts, the outcome could have been much worse. Each of these drivers are extremely fortunate to be alive.
1 800 411 Pain urges motorists to refrain from using a cell phone while driving. “The National Safety Council (NSC) estimates that at least 1.6 million crashes in the United States each year involve drivers using cell phones and texting.” 1 800 411 Pain encourages all motorists to limit or completely eliminate any distracting activities that could impair their ability to safely drive. As a trusted source for the latest information in safer driving practices and accident news, 1 800 411 Pain is pleased to provide motorists with ways to decrease the likelihood of an auto accident.
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