St. Clair Shores, Michigan, has many busy roads, especially at peak times of day, such as when commuters are going to and from their places of employment. Correspondingly, there are often car accidents. When those accidents happen, there is physical damage to vehicles and occupants of vehicles. Additionally, occupants may suffer psychological trauma in the form of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
As residents of St. Clair Shores, Michigan, know,. local roads can get very busy. Correspondingly, there are car accidents from time to time, and those involved can suffer an array of injuries. Common among those injuries is whiplash.
Like those living elsewhere in the country, residents of St. Clair Shores sometimes get into collisions. Many of those car accidents are due to distracted driving. Indeed, according to official statistics from the Michigan State Police Criminal Justice Information Center (CJIC), during 2015, there were 7,516 crashes in the state that involved distracted driving.
It is always sad when a vibrant young person perishes. Car accidents are a leading case of death for teenagers, as a recent one in the St. Clair Shores, Michigan, area illustrates.
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A man and his girlfriend were involved in a car accident, and he's now in critical condition, seriously hurt in the wreck. Police are still searching for his girlfriend, though, after she allegedly got out of the driver's seat and ran from the crash scene.
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